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flomei

Hey!
I´d like to have stickers to label projects or things I made with Arduino.
When I bought my Uno there where some stickers with it, but they got dry and won´t stick to anything anymore.

Am I allowed to produce my own stickers?
Beste Grüße
Florian

http://www.flomei.de

CrossRoads

As long as you don't sell them ...

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flomei

How about grouping together (here in Germany), ordering a bunch of the stickers and allocate the costs to everyone who wants some?

Would that be fine, too?
Beste Grüße
Florian

http://www.flomei.de

CrossRoads

Its a free world, you can do what you want.
Or, you can ask a member of the Arduino Team,
"Massimo Banzi" <mb@arduino.cc>
see if you can buy directly from Arduino
Designing & building electrical circuits for over 25 years.  Screw Shield for Mega/Due/Uno,  Bobuino with ATMega1284P, & other '328P & '1284P creations & offerings at  my website.

Tady

Why arent stickers offically available on the arduino webpage? I think they would bring alot of money in to the project. I bought an Uno and got a beautyfull thank you letter and some stickers that ended up on my laptop. Now i would also like to buy a pack of them and one would defenetly end up on my Yamaha R1  ]:D

P.s. sorry for my broken english :)

pYro_65

You are allowed to produce non-commercial gear like t-shirts and stickers using the Arduino community logo.
The main Arduino logo is a trademark.

http://arduino.cc/en/Trademark/CommunityLogo

Tady

Ok so the comuniti logo is mirrored and does not have the - sign in the infinity sign?

pYro_65

its supposed to be noticeably different.
If you want to add a '-' sign in, I would contact their trademark email found in that link.

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