I have a 1992 Gtfour I had been building for a while. For those who don't know its a rare rally car Toyota used to sell so they could compete in the WRC. I have done a lot to it, and I was not wanting to put a plain toyota badge on the front. I wanted something smaller and more interesting. I ran across this thread when looking for a custom emblem so I decided to design my own. http://www.shapeways.com/forum/index.php?t=msg&th=6266 The design is inspired by the toyota logo of the early 1900s. This text is what caused them to change their name from Toyoda to Toyota as 8 strokes were considered lucky. I first drew it up in illustrator. I then brought it over the lightwave and sculpted it. I added it to shape ways and it looks like about $70 to produce. The tickest areas were about 5.5mm and the thinnest 3mm. I am curious if this stuff bends at all or just breaks at tension. I decided I am going to remake it to where it is 3 parts. I need to make a new text for the middle, but the outer ring would be stainless and the text would be as well. The backing would be a plastic that they fit into, then when the colored resin is poured into it, it would fill the plastic sections.