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924S Emblem

Type: Single Layer Composite Emblem Color: Brushed Stainless with Mounting Template Font: Racer Size: 10" x 2" x 1/16"

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285 Stroker Emblem

Material: gloss black acrylic and gold vinyl. Font: Vivid for the numbers and Racer for the text. Measures: 1 large 5" x 2" and 2 small 3-3/4" x 1-1/2"

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Jigsaw 392 Emblem

For this unique badge the customer chose a gloss black acrylic bottom layer. The chrome acrylic top layer includes red engraving swirled into...

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Japanese Oni Mask Emblem Set

This emblem has lots of detailed engraving and is a great use of our matte composite 2 color material. The surface is matte black and the engraved areas are white. Measures 5" x 4" x 1/16" thick.

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Real Walnut Wood Engraved Crosses

Sometimes we use real wood like this solid Walnut we engraved and cut to make emblem sized items. These will be used inside only but are finished with a hand rubbed oil finish. They could stand up to exterior use on a show car but I wouldn't recommend wood on a daily driver. Nothing beats the look of real wood though. Measures 1-1/2"  x 1" x 1/8" thick.

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NonStop Success Layered Emblem

We used our customers design file to make this stylized "N S" emblem. Bottom layer of gloss black acrylic with a top layer of gloss white acrylic. Measures 5" x 4" x 1/4" thick.

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6.2L 3-Color Composite Emblem

We made this 6.2L emblem as a test for a new 3-color engraving material. The surface layer is matte white then depending on how deep you engrave, either red or black will show through. It's a unique material that will allow increased detail and color emblems. Measures 6" x 2" x 1/16" thick.

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Velociraptor 4x4 Emblem

This custom Velociraptor 4x4 emblem was cut from our Brushed Aluminum and Black Composite material. Using this automotive grade composite material we are able to cut away a thin top layer revealing...

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