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  • Logo. Does anyone know how to make that?

    Im playing with a little idea on some custom logos.
    And I found this one on ebay.
    But how can I make a custome one, just like that?
    And how is it actually made?


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    Re: Logo. Does anyone know how to make that?

    Funny I was thinking about this the other day..I remember how K-fed(Kevin Federline) had a Ferrari and he had the calipers custom made w/ his last name..I was thinking why not everything else? Such as the the badges/silver lettering, etc..

    Ahhh..Off to google we go..

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    • #3
      Re: Logo. Does anyone know how to make that?

      They call 'em 3d resin emblems. I'm betting it's clear liquid resin poured into a mold with the foil sticker attached to the flat back part.
      That's how I'd do it anyway. ;D

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        Re: Logo. Does anyone know how to make that?

        Originally posted by jntramey
        They call 'em 3d resin emblems. I'm betting it's clear liquid resin poured into a mold with the foil sticker attached to the flat back part.
        That's how I'd do it anyway. ;D
        can we se how you do it?
        plzzzzzz :

        and the result

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        • #5
          Re: Logo. Does anyone know how to make that?

          i think the process is called Doming... There is some useful information on this site : http://www.ultradome.com/

          Let us know how it works out for you..

          Cheers !

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          • #6
            Re: Logo. Does anyone know how to make that?

            To get a real good effect can you place a transparent print over foil before adding the epoxy?? or how do you get the fine detail like on the above badge??
            Anyone!!!!

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            • #7
              Re: Logo. Does anyone know how to make that?

              I made a bunch of those. I used a piece of polished aluminum the correct shape. Printed what I wanted on the computer, glued it to the alum, then use a slow cure epoxy resin. Sand to shape and polish.
              http://jimdinner.wordpress.com/

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