Whoa nelly, the Trinket entries are really starting to rolling in fast now! The last update featured only five, but below you’ll find an even dozen, and there are more coming in as we write!
Click to enlarge this image of a welding helmet. The third eye for [Robert] when melting metal to join two parts of a project surely needs to be the Hackaday logo.
We can’t fault [Mike] for sending in a project which we already featured a few years back. It’s a pen plotter build from old computer parts.
[Xeracy] is experimenting with panels that can be backlit to show a design. He 3D prints them and leaves the design portion thinner to let more light through.
This offering is [Aston’s] take on building soft circuits. He printed the logo using conductive ink on cardstock.
[Matthew’s] entire blog post about milling a logo into a DSLR lens cap is worth reading no matter what shapes you’re trying to mill.
A little virtual work never hurt. This is [Jan-Hendrik’s] entry of a SketchUp version of the design.
On track to be recognized for smallest entry is this logo etched on a key. [Kyle] pulled it off with an 8W YAG laser and needed a microscope to take a picture of the finished product.
We though this was just another TV displaying the logo, but it turns out that [Kyle] has been editing the spashscreen logo on hotel televisions to show the logo whenever a guest turns on the TV.