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You do not need to remove your sticker to bring it back to full color. Just follow this process. Get a 3% hydrogen poroxide solution and a small glass. Pour the solution in and your piece and set it in the sun for 4 to 5 days, making sure the piece stays all the way in the solution. That should work.
Get some thin dental floss. The should work.
I eventually made my design available for download over at Shapeways with a CC BY-NC-SA license. I tested it at my local maker space in PLA on a µDelta 3D printer. For the electrical contacts, I tried with pins scavenged from a DIP IC socket like Cyril suggested but the pins were a bit fickle and easily broke. I ended up cutting a sheet of conductive metal ...
Smoking breadboard connectors are never a good thing - so check your wiring to make sure all is connected well. Also, make sure that you have the GND of your powersource connected to the GND of the RPi, so that all voltages are relative to the same ground potential. Finally, I'm not sure if the Servo will work with 6.5V - it has been designed to work on 9V. ...
I think that the best thing to do would be to keep everything as it was because in selling, even if it is damaged, the ORIGINAL product will usually sell for more than a restored product. this also means keeping the stickers on. I actually did an experiment my self with this and i found these results. If you are keeping it for yourself then i would do ...
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