Here are the two name keys I designed with Rhino and the 3D printed with stainless steel through Ponoko.
The name is my first son and my wife.
I would like a custom that can last for a while and stainless steel is perfect for it.
The design of Rhino is very simple.
For the main body of the key, I just used the cylinder, tori, and flat sphere.
For these names, I created the outlines in Illustrator and squeezed them in Rhino.
Put them together, export an STL, upload them to Ponoko, and you can go to the competition.
Well, it's a slow game.
It takes a little time for them to print, but it is worth it.