ArtDeco Trophy

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ArtDeco Trophy by urbanledge Jul 11, 2012


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A nice looking but simple trophy
made from 3mm acyrlic
no glue needed


I designed and cut this trophy for our European cup fantasy football league.Its made from 3mm acrylic
As you can see it was won by the Nashville Hotspurs.(well done)

It consists of 2 back pieces,the larger has etching while the front has the text,
I did my text on the back for the front piece mirrored.

And 3 for the base.
I had to do a small amount of filing to get the two vertical pieces to slot in perfectly.No glue was needed and its rock solid.

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Hey THANKS !!!! Urban.... dwg worked great.... now I have another idea for you..

I have done this for other similar projects..... find and make an LED base that this
trophy could sit on and the LED shine up through the bottom.. and the whole thing
will light up beautifully... I bought a few bases (3 inches wide, 12 inches wide and
one inch tall... with about 8 LED (color cha
nging with a battery pack inside).. and
cut alderwood to enclose this cheap plastic base (made in China) and I bought these
little signs (had Merry Christmas or Feliz Navidad in clear plastic on them - broke that
junk off) on a closeout buy from BigLots.... after Christmas one time... I think this
rt Deco project would really light awesome... especially when raster engraved from the back as your plans indicate.. both layers would light up... thanks again..

yeah i tough about doing that but I didn't have the time!

post a pic if you make one,I'd love to see it.


:'( What program did you use to create the DXF? Autocad? No matter what I try.. says it's a corupt file or error opening it... Download 3 times and error.. I use Corel Draw X4.... usually dxf opens fine Can you save in EPS or PDF?


I used draft sight.

I'll upload it in another format

VERY NICE JOB !!! Thanks


hope it works out for you!