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DNA Precision Machine & Design Logo Design Contest
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Design Contest Brief

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Company Name: DNA Precision Machine & Design
Our Slogan
Precision runs in our DNA (not necessary to include this)
What We Do
We produce High quality, CNC Machined parts in a wide range of materials including Aluminum, Steel, Stainless Steel, Titanium, Brass, and many more. We focus on hitting part dimensions perfectly and precisely. We also Focus on using state of the art machines to be able to accurately and quickly mass produce parts. We make parts for anyone, but focus on the precision necessary for aerospace grade and performance automotive parts.
Industry: Manufacturing & Wholesale

Things to Communicate Through Our Design
1. Perfect Precision
2. Aggressive speed and therefore pricing is low compared to others
3. Confidence for complex parts and progressive adaptation to future concepts

Target Audience
Mostly engineers and purchasing managers. late 20's to retirement. although there are some women, it is mostly males. Likely to have a college education in engineering, design, drafting, or one of the sciences. Mechanically minded individuals, possibly gear heads

We Like These Designs (fonts, colors, style)
Not sure, I am open to see what comes from this contest (the following ideas are not necessary, just a few thoughts as I would love to see the creativity that comes from the description above) In the pictures I have included one of the most common forms of CNC Machine along with a micrometer which is one of the most common tools used in machining. Carbide inserts are also widely used in the industry. I have had the idea of somewhat incorporating the letters DNA into a dna helix strand with the n being part of the cross links from the two sides of the helix strand, but not sure how to go about that. I dont really want curvy scripty fonts, more straight edge aggressive looking fonts (I believe that is a slab serif font, but not sure). In order of size i was thinking DNA would be the largest, Precision would be smaller, and Machine & Design would be even smaller, but I am totally open to seeing what you come up with.

Our Design Will Be Used On
Web,  Print Media,  Billboards & Signs,  Mugs & Tshirts 

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Country Flag Indonesia
Entries: 140
Joined: Apr 10, 2018
Posted On August 18, 2019
 Comment removed by moderator. Please do not ask clients to look at your designs.

Country Flag United States
Contest Holder
Joined: Aug 8, 2019
Posted On August 14, 2019
 Try something unique that someone else hasn't done yet please. I want to see the creativity.

Country Flag United States
Contest Holder
Joined: Aug 8, 2019
Posted On August 12, 2019
 so far, I have really like the ideas of the DNA helix and the letters being incorporated into each other, not simply a letter with a strand going through it as much. The idea of having the slogan in the logo is growing on me. If you do end up putting a gear (which is growing on me little by little) please look at some gear tooth profiles online, spur gear teeth have curved faces, not flat.

US flag United States
Since: May 8, 2009
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