3D Blurt Model

Note: This is a cross-post from my Blurt account https://blurt.blog/blurt/@holovision/3d-blurt-logo

Image source: Thingiverse.com

Last week after joining Blurt I asked in a post about using the Blurt logo. From the blurt.blog ToS it looked like using the logo was restrictive but there seemed to be a different version of the logo being commonly used by the Blurt community. I wanted to double-check before using it myself.

Thanks to @megadrive I received permission to use a version of the Blurt logo which I could convert to 3D and place under a Creative Commons license for others to use.


Image source: @megadrive


The 3D models I made are under the Creative Commons - Attribution (CC-BY) license. As stated by creativecommons.org:

This license enables reusers to distribute, remix, adapt, and build upon the material in any medium or format, so long as attribution is given to the creator. The license allows for commercial use.

The main things to keep in mind when using a CC-BY license is to give attribution (in this case Blurt Core) and don't use this CC-BY Blurt logo in a way that suggests Blurt Core endorses you or the way you are using the logo. Blurt Core is just allowing use of the design. Sort of like how Star Trek licenses authors to write Star Trek novels but the books are not canon.

There are three .stl files featuring the Blurt logo that I've made available for free download:

All three files are also available on Thingiverse:


Using CAD software the models can be scaled as needed. To make further alterations the models can be ungrouped in Tinkercad.

Image Source: Tinkercad.com