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Make a name badge from an old GameBoy printer

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Phar writes –

So the local Make:NYC meeting had had a badge contest for its second meeting.. (link here), the gist of the competition is to make a wearable nametag/badge of some sort, of some materials, that could be reasonably accepted as a “badge”.. this Instructable is how I built mine for the contest.. pretty much everything that went into the badge was something I had around my workshop from previous projects, and obviously the design can be pushed to do more interesting things. but I’ll leave that up to you.

Make a name badge from an old GameBoy printer – Link.

4 thoughts on “Make a name badge from an old GameBoy printer

  1. Ah, delicious spam. Nothing tastier than a bit of DVDCreators flavored Spam in the morning. This is why commenting w/o membership or at least some form of email validation is a “Bad Idea”. Spambots are getting more complex by the day, and they’ve begun to learn OCR.

  2. but the _quality_ of the comments on this “blog” has improved drastically, hasn’t it?

    or perhaps quantity is what was lacking from the previous version. the hackzine blog was so quiet it was scary. oh wait, it still is.

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