Tech Company In Nacogdoches, Texas Sends Chuck Norris His Own Head
What is a large local Nacogdoches business you may have never heard of? M3IS3D rents out a building in downtown as a production space for all of its 3D printers.
Most of the company’s creations are designed to be headphone holders, while also pulling double duty as works of art. They are like the busts in a museum, but made of plastic with computer programs.
M3IS3D sells a lot of heads and other 3D-printed oddities on their website. With that many customers, it was only a matter of time before one of the creations landed in the lap of the subject matter.
Chuck Norris Holds Up The Entire World And His Head At The Same Time
To say that Chuck Norris is a legend is putting it mildly. He is a Texas-based enigma. The head appears to be of the Chuck Norris character J.J. McQuade from the movie Lone Wolf McQuade filmed in El Paso, Texas, and released back in 1983.
Everyone has their favorite Chuck Norris joke, and all of the jokes are about him being the baddest dude on the planet. The hardest part of making the print had to be making the beard. That's because there is no chin behind Chuck Norris' beard. There is only another fist.
Now Mark Sidney Frazer III, owner/operator of M3IS3D, has been forever connected to the film icon by sending him his own head. It seemed to be fate that it would happen.
Chuck Norris Received His Own Head As A Gift That Was Made In Nacogdoches
The head was ordered from the M3IS3D website by Chuck Norris' daughter-in-law for Father's Day. Frazer had no idea that the head was going to the Walker Texas Ranger star.
Norris liked the head so much that he took a picture with it, and it was sent to Frazer. I had a great chat with Mark about this recently. His company and work ethic makes him a huge inspiration.
If you use headphones like I do and want something no one else has, take a look at all they have to offer. If you are a Chuck Norris fan, I know just the headphone holder for you.