Wooden 3D Printed WordPress Logos #wcchi

It’s day 3 of WordCamp Chicago 2013. On day 1, the Foundation Friday, my hobby of 3D Printing came up in conversation and someone suggested that I print a WordPress logo. On day 2 I brought two 3D Printed logos, printed with Cherry Laywoo-d3, a material used for 3D printing made from repurposed sawdust mixed with a plolymer (pro tip: saying polymer in an meaningful context make you sound smart!).

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During the after party I was showing the logo’s off. Matt Boynes (@senyob) tweeted a picture. A few people retweeted it and asked if they could have one. Today I come with a total of 6 logos to give away to anyone who is interested (although 3 are already committed to specific individuals).

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I wish I had thought of printing the logo sooner, I would have printed 30 of them and just handed them out. Maybe next year.

If you want one and live in the Chicago area, or even work in the loop – let me know and we can work something out.

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