Monthly Archives: April 2012

Android ICS 4.0.4 built from scratch

Nothing like building a fresh Android AOSP version from scratch.  ICS 4.0.4 The only problem is that I have to reinstall all the applications. Advertisements

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Invisible PETG business cards

I’ve tried other materials.  PETG is a clear plastic in 0.50 mm thickness that is available at Ponoko. What can I say.  The cards are invisible!  PETG isn’t a good material for business cards.  The thickness 0.5 mm is better … Continue reading

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Emblossed … almost

The laser cut process removes material.  But by inverting the Inkscape design, the card can take on an embossed look.   Here is an example using my standard six business card design.  I’m including the cleaned versions first followed by the … Continue reading

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Clear acrylic

Tried out various styles of cards on different materials.  Here are 6 different styles on clear acrylic. Left side, top card, its the same design as earlier for the business card. Left side, middle card, same as the left side, … Continue reading

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Second cut is better than the first

After an amusing first start to creating a laser cut business card, I went back to designing a new one.  Using the previous issues as a guide in late May 2011 I created a new design that fixed most if … Continue reading

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Laser cut business plates … er cards

May of 2011, I decided I wanted to experiment with laser cutting.  So I decided the best way to do that is to create a new impressive laser cut business card.  I found ponoko.com which is a website that allows … Continue reading

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Hello WORLD!

Took me a while to get up to speed on WordPress, but I’m here.  First post.  Everything is so nice and shiny. A little about myself.  My name is James Stokebrand.  I’ve got a degree in Computer Engineering from the … Continue reading

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