Personally, I don't like the new logo on the stash. I like it for the caps, maybe other merchandise. But I feel like the older logo with the vapor wisp fits the wood look better. But I can see why you would want to go with one or the other for everything, simplifies thingsGreetings,
More good things happening this past week. Our first CNC lathe arrived.
We have it assembled and set, and if all goes well we will be machining our own titanium in house in the next few days.
This is Scott finishing up the assembly.
He is good at many things including but not limited to the laser. This is one of fun parts of where we work. There are many different things to do and we try to mix up the tasks.
It sure seems like a good idea to be in sourcing our parts instead of sending them somewhere else to be made.
The other part about of this is it should accelerate the development and evolution of our products as we will be able to make many more changes as quickly as we want. Minor or major, we will be the only thing in the way to making changes.
So we are trying on our new logo on a few more items.
As before I am very interested in everyone's thoughts on this. It has been growing on most of us, but please do help us dial it in.
As we continue to grow our assembly line is speeding up and we are making more units every week. Here is a quick shot of one of our current work stations finishing up final VapCap assembly and packaging.
And there is more really good stuff in the works.
Like more metal.
After my initial doubts I think I like the new logo but I also feel that it could be improved as you said...The new logo reminds me of VGER from Star Trek, with its obscured lettering.
It looks too jammed up together to my eye. The "D" has a big chunk taken out to fit the "Y". But the "Y" symbol is too small to read as a "Y", and for some reason looks smaller than the (inverted) symbols for "A". Bring back the Y! Contributing to the confusion is left letters leaning to the right and right letters leaning to the left...at different angles? There needs to be breathing room between the lettering, to allow the word to emerge?
I keep thinking "font = klingon" but maybe I just watch too much Trek. Best of luck on the new logo.
If George decides to change the stash permanently to a new logo, maybe those of us with the older style will have highly collectible and valuable models in 10 or 15 years. Most vapes go out of style in that amount of time, but I could see Dynavap sticking around and remaining relevantThey have a 'classy heirloom' feel about them, but the feeling I get from the new logo is very different.
Most vapes go out of style in that amount of time, but I could see Dynavap sticking around and remaining relevant
Thanks to all of you so much for giving so many great tips . You are such an incredible nice community!
Unfortunately, unlike @Aezhenn
So I decided to put the Woody away for some time now. It's too frustrating at the moment.
So basically I have 2 options now:
1. Leave it packed away and probably never use it again
2. Order spare screens and some new stuff from Dynavap and try again with fresh parts?
I decided to go for number 2
I will wait for the spare screen to arrive and then give everything a fresh new try .
a logo is supposed to first and foremost convey the brand, including the name.