We need a finalized logo plaque to affix to the tool head top cover cap.
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- rTAZQUIVER94ba6d6fea2c: Merge branch 'master' into T4410
rTAZQUIVERaec27200b5ff: Update bom to have plaque mounting hardware add 2x m3 insert add 2x M3x8 bhcs…
rTAZQUIVER29805ed5aefd: Fillet left side back corner so hinge cap doesnt run into actuator cover T4410
rTAZQUIVER01c33bcd0699: Add material to thicken layer on hinge cap T4410
rTAZQUIVER2a850a4bc7c3: Add bevel to connect thin feature on hinge cap T4410
rTAZQUIVERb45dbfb69410: Center mounting holes on hinge cap T4410
rTAZQUIVER1c2eded37c7b: Create a pocket on hinge cap for logo plaque to sit T4410
T3078: Quiver Aesthetics - Printed Parts
T4506: Known changes to occur in Alpha
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- T3841: Tool head hot warning plaque
M2: Toolhead Selection
M3: Cura Configuration Wizard restructure
The artwork on the above proof is wrong:
- Requires a registered mark
- The letter forms have been redrawn without rounded corners used in Outage Cut
- The kerning (space between letters) is not consistent with our logo type
Is it at all possible to get the logo plaque to have 3.5mm dia holes? the reason being, with 2.5mm hole we can only use m2 screws and we only have those as socket heads. If we use a M3 screw then we could use a button head screw. I think it would look better. For the caution label. I think sticking with M2 is good because the inserts that would have to go into the blower shroud would be a lower profile than the M3 inserts and that would reduce interference with airflow. @mcoronado what is your opinion on a m2 socket head vs m3 button head for the logo?
The LulzBot plaque looks good to me.
Same inquiry from T3841: I think it's been brought up before, but a building in a reverse bevel inset for plaques with an adhesive backing on the plaque would eliminate hardware all together. The face of the plaque would share a plane with the printed part. @tutley @west Do you remember why we thought this wouldn't work? Was it concerns with the adhesive on a printed part?
Unless we as a team feel it's worth exploring ways to eliminate hardware, I think we're good to go.
@mcoronado we haven't found off the shelf sheet adhesives that would work reliably on a 3D printed part. There are paste adhesives we could look into that would very likely work but those are generally a nightmare in production as they are hard to control and have waste and air quality concerns. I'm going to merge this in to move forward to get Betas started. We can open another ticket in Betas if needed but I think we should stick with the hardware.
This is now merged to master.