Very Cool! That would be an awesome name tag to wear at a sales convention or trade show. It would certainly grab the attention of passersby.I’ve been working a lot lately with printing light diffusion materials, transparent filaments, and layering. This is the final prototype on my nametag design. It took a bit of work to get the technique down, as well as form factor and weight to minimum. I’ve also embedded NFC tag in it, so when you hold a cellphone up to it, it takes you to the business website.
I’m using a transparent holographic cut vinyl underlay; the background actually changes color depending on the viewing angle. It also makes for numerous custom color options.
I’m thinking this could evolve to a design for a lighted Goblin license plate frame, or even a backlit logo inlay anywhere else on the car.
This design carries over to application of industrial polymers and vinyls that would be UV resistant and very resilient in an automotive application.
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I’ve trialed it at a local small business group meet up, and its proven to be super effective, lol. The complexity of manufacture also keeps me from ever needing a patent.Very Cool! That would be an awesome name tag to wear at a sales convention or trade show. It would certainly grab the attention of passersby.
Be sure to let us know if this is something you are going to make available to the general public. I have guys at trade shows several times every year. I'd be interested!
I don't think its Apex Motor Club. Their website says they've been operational since 2019 and if you aerial view their address, their track looks substantially different than the picture Brian74 posted and it has a highway running alongside it. And its north of I8. But can the area support two full size tracks? Hmmmm....