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Thu Mar 22 08:12:11 UTC 2012
If for some reason it was to go on a PCB the text free variant would be
possible in copper. Commercial PCBs are cheap these days and silkscreen
wouldn't be an issue either.
I can't imagine a situation where it would be used on a PCB though so it
really isn't an issue.
On Mar 22, 2012 12:30 AM, "Barney Livingston" <barney at barnoid.org.uk> wrote:
> Hello All,
> At the AGM I agreed to take on some PR duties, as such I've decided some
> tweaks to the logo would be beneficial. My reasoning for the design of new
> logo is as follows:
> - It's a bit more distinctive than the plain wonky H while still being
> - It's nicely CNC or laserable and the results will fit together as gears.
> - It's single colour, good for t-shirt prints and stamps for Hackspace
> - It can be further simplified by leaving the text out, which is good for
> it's really small.
> - It still works as a replacement O in Bristol for the website.
> So before rolling this out I'm posting it here to see if anyone has any
> objections. Some of you saw it at the space a few weeks ago along with an
> alternative chain-based logo and opinion seemed positive for this one.
> Speak now or forever hold your etc.
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