Sign & Digital Graphics

Recognized Supplier Guide ‘18

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • March 2018 • 77 then they were glued to the backs of our acrylic logo parts and letters using stan- dard acrylic glue. With the logo parts laser made, and the mounting hardware as well, then the laser was given a final task of cutting our installation patterns from light poster board stock. This step took just a few minutes but produced a perfect pattern to show exactly how to mount each piece out at the job site. The install itself was embarrassingly easy. The poster board patterns were taped in place and double checked for correctly positioning. Then each logo element or letter segment was merely pushed in place into a sheet rock wall. The small paneling nail "studs" embed- ded into the drywall quite well but weren't long enough to have to penetrate the studs in the wall very much if at all. Paper patterns were also cut from thin poster board stock, quick work for the laser.

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