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permission for using autodesk 3ds max logo in university uniform.

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simsim179300PK2PN
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permission for using autodesk 3ds max logo in university uniform.

Hello, I am Geonyong Kim, a student in the Department of Game Studies at Hongik University. 

This time, the Game Department is in the process of preparing uniforms (undergraduate jackets). 
I plan to use autodesk(3ds max) logo on the shoulder of the garment as shown in the photo. 
School uniforms are a group purchase area, so I do not receive any commercial benefit, but I am leaving a confirmation email to ask autodesk for their consent before using the logo.
I am leaving an email regarding the use of the logo in order to create a meaningful uniform as it is the Department of Game at Hongik University, the best game university in Korea. 
 
thank you!
 
 
 
more information about our 'school of game'
 
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Hi @simsim179300PK2PN,

Unfortunately, the short answer is no.

The longer answer is more complicated and requires compliance with our Trademark Guidelines and Brand Policies. Usage of Autodesk Logos and Product Icons requires that specific agreements are put in place; further details can be found in the guidelines here.

 

I apologise that this is probably not the answer you were hoping for,

All the best,

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Hello, @simsim179300PK2PN,
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If not, please don’t hesitate to give an update here in your topic so all members know what the progression on your question is and can suggest the next steps that might be helpful for you to achieve what you´re looking for. 

 

All the best,

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