Sign & Digital Graphics

June '19

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tional license and that is the easy part." Kane says that if companies choose to sell wholesale instead, it can eliminate a lot of headaches. "But there is a tradeoff. You will get less money per upright inch, but you may keep your hair," he says. CLN's Fusion channel letter machine has clamping die plates for sharper bends, rollers for the radiuses and a shear at the end of the bending process so there is no wasted material. It also has a drain-hole punch. Once a shop has the right equip- ment, Kane says that it is all about know- ing their neighborhood and the demand for the product. "Can you reach outside of your neigh- borhood and grab the national accounts? S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • June 2019 • 19 Image courtesy of CLN of South Florida. Image courtesy of SDS Automation. Costs of this machinery continue to drop. Image courtesy of SDS Automation.

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