I printed 15 of these for my employees. Smaller ones on a Flashforge Finder and larger models on my Ender 3 (not well tuned for bridging yet because I have not installed my petsfang). They still came out great though.
190-210c hotend and 65c bed.
40-60mm speed on the ender and 60-80 on the finder.
You may end up playing around with the line angle on the first layer if you print face down.
No Supports, but the base would have benefited from them when printing face down.
Printed in CC3D Gold Silk and Stronghero Bronze/Copper PLA's.
I suggest printing face down if your printer has a well leveled bed (see pics) it looks cool especially with silk filaments and makes z-layer lines a non-issue viewing from the front. I have not used supports but I usually have a couple things to clean up as there are some steeper overhangs ( if you print face down you really only need to worry about the base overhangs. If you do print face down and the top name is much larger than the first, you may want supports for the base.
Couple tips are to use Luckiest Guy or Holtwood One SC because the letters don't drop below the line using g's, j's etc, it makes it easier to print two lines without letters from the top hitting the bottom. I prefer a 5mm base, not rounded base (0 not 1 in customizer) and 20 faces. I use a 1.1-1.4 height separation, sometimes extra separation and extra large top letters give you a better look. I tend to do 24 or 28 font up top and 16 on the bottom, though unless I print at 45 degrees on my ender build plate I usually end up scaling down the stl. Hope this info can help someone!
May want supports on the base when printing face down, also you can play with the angle of layer lines, I preferred 45 degrees though. Two Walls, 3-5 solid bottom layers, 1-3 on the top. Slicers were FlashPrint, Cura and Simplify3d. All work just fine.