How to add my company logo on Pens

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Hi

We turn acrylic pens mostly. I need to add my company logo on the pen
I need your support to generate new ideas for placing elegant logo on pens

Sreenath Vishnu
Kerala-India
 
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Gregory Hardy

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Not for nothing, but when I think of a pen maker's logo on a pen, I don't want it to "interfere" with the pen. Consider a custom clip with the logo on it? A custom finial with the logo? Center band? Are you using kits or are the pens "from scratch?"
Though I have no experience in this, acrylic would be a great material if you buy an engraving machine. I'm not sure what you're making, so I am a little in the dark...but some fine things in this world are set apart by their very shape. Does it need a logo at all? (We all like to "see our name in lights," but - thinking outside the box - maybe your pen design already stand for something, and you don't need "something else" to let people know "who made that pen." I don't need to read "Coke" to recognize the twisted glass bottle shape.)
Think less about the barrels you turn and more about the other components and characteristics of your product as a sign of the maker.
 
Joined
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Kerala India
Not for nothing, but when I think of a pen maker's logo on a pen, I don't want it to "interfere" with the pen. Consider a custom clip with the logo on it? A custom finial with the logo? Center band? Are you using kits or are the pens "from scratch?"
Though I have no experience in this, acrylic would be a great material if you buy an engraving machine. I'm not sure what you're making, so I am a little in the dark...but some fine things in this world are set apart by their very shape. Does it need a logo at all? (We all like to "see our name in lights," but - thinking outside the box - maybe your pen design already stand for something, and you don't need "something else" to let people know "who made that pen." I don't need to read "Coke" to recognize the twisted glass bottle shape.)
Think less about the barrels you turn and more about the other components and characteristics of your product as a sign of the maker.


Thank you for sharing your insights and redirecting my thoughts


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