Difference between revisions of "Tulane MakerSpace Image Files"

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[Meshmixer (.mix) File]
 
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[Uploads/Logo_STL.stl Finished 3D Model (.stl) File]
  
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[[File:Logo_Inkscape_1.JPG|300px|left|thumb]]
  
 
==2D Images==
 
==2D Images==
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[Original Logo (.svg) File]
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[Original Logo (.png) File]
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[Simplified Logo (.svg) File]
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[Simplified Logo (.jpg) File]

Revision as of 14:59, 2 May 2016

History

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]

[Uploads/Logo_STL.stl 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]