My mum's a potter so I thought it would be a good idea to design some stamps for her birthday. I came across C3xor's system (found here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2197279 ) and I liked the concept so I went with that. I found some free designs I thought would work well and turned them into stamps.
For each stamp print a copy of "stamp parts" and your "stamp design" and as many handles you need total (they swap out between the stamps).
Refer to C3xor's thing for assembly.
Please note that I had trouble with handles breaking at 20% infill so you should probably make sure the infill's higher than that. I also had to do a bunch of cleanup with an exacto knife of the stamp designs so unless your printer is godlike or you're willing to fix it up I'd probably go for the simpler ones like 2 and 10.
I figured out the dimensions for the stamp head provided using Mesh Mixer and modeled it in Fusion 360 (30mm diameter cylinder that's 5mm tall with a 3mm deep 15.2 mm diameter cylindrical hole in the bottom, with the design 3.45mm above the base to make a total height of 8.45mm.) I inserted the .svg files I found and extruded up to the desired height.
https://openclipart.org/detail/259988/square-ornament-19 From a drawing in 'Histoire de Saint-Bonnet-le-Chateau', James Condamin, 1885. - (1)
https://www.flaticon.com/free-icon/rose-shape_38810 - (4, 5, 6 & 7)
C3xor - (9)
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