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    Some portion of the text does extend into the curved sides.

    I went back and took another look at your 3D model and specifically the logo (not talking the text here). While it may appear to be cut into the face of the shoe a consistent depth I don't think that is the case. After resetting my UCS to match the angle of the inclined face and taking four random measurements I got readings of 1.7599, 1.7811, 1.8122, and 1.8195. So, filling in the logo with one of the same depth might not give you perfect results. Follow me?
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    Stevin: Did you finally removed the logo?
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    Very nice JD.
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