Introduction: Wooden Google Logo
Cut three 450 mm pieces off from a planed 125x25 mm board using a miter saw.
Cut it along into 50x25x450 mm work-pieces using a disk saw.
Work one side of each work-piece with a hand router equipped with a DIY tool.
Step 1: Glue the Pieces Together
Put the resulting work-pieces together into what will be a board. Please, match color and fiber direction. Mark the face.
Plane the pieces using a hand planer and put them together.
Glue the pieces together into a single board. Remove excess glue with a damp sponge. Wait until the glue dries.
Process the board on a thickness planer until it is 20 mm thick.
Step 2: Cut Out the Logo
Cut out a circular base for your future logo using a hand router equipped with a compass.
Plane the remaining part of the board until it is 12 mm thick.
Cut out the Google logo using a portable jig saw.
To prepare the parts for painting, sand them manually.
Step 3: Paint
Mark out the piece with a pencil. Paint the Google logo with a brush. Apply the original color pattern.
Google's favicon shows a capital letter "G", in the tailor-made font for the new logo, with segments colored red, yellow, green, and blue.