Tulane MakerSpace Image Files

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The Tulane MakerSpace logo was originally designed as a 3D-object using a combination of Solidworks and AutoDesk MeshMixer along with open source tool models that were distributed online. The tool models were later extrapolated to 2D-images and the logo was recreated using those images in Inkscape. Later the 2D-logo was cleaned up in Inkscape to reduce the number of unnecessary lines and simplify editing the logo, specifically in terms of utilizing it with a laser cutter.

All versions are posted below.

Logo MeshMixer.JPG

3D Model

Meshmixer (.mix) File

Finished 3D Model (.stl) File

Logo Inkscape 1.JPG

2D Images

Original Logo (.svg) File

Original Logo (.png) File

Simplified Logo (.svg) File

Simplified Logo (.jpg) File