There is a chance that the lettering will not come out properly when this product is printed.
I made this in a version of SolidWorks I no longer have access to, and thus am currently unable to make the lettering deeper.
There are 2 versions of the Cog Tags.
version simply has text on the one side, facing in the same orientation you see on the service medal.
version has the text reversed as is seen on editions released with Gears of War 2 as well as details on the back. The details on the back honor the late Benjamin Carmine, featuring his name as well as his CSID (Coalition Soldier/Service Identification).
Version 1 of the Cog Tag can be found here: Gears of War Cog Tag v1
This is an altered version of my model for the Octus Service Medal which can be found here: Gears of War Octus Service Medal.
The primary different between this and the Octus Service Medal is that I've added a Scale Feature.
I have the outermost diameter scaled down to 2'' in order to match the dimensions of real dog tags. I use a non-uniform scale for the thickness, which is half of the value used for scaling the height and width.
You will also note that a hole has been created for adding a ring so these can be hung from a chain and the text is different when compared to Octus Service Medal.
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You are not allowed to sell castings made from this model.
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