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October '19

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • October 2019 • 17 Popular Options Metalcraft Industries' deluxe scroll bracket with a twisted shaft arm is another popular option for sign displays. Company owner Kevin Liles developed the signature bracket with a twisted shaft to give the look of a traditional wrought iron bracket that also is substantial and durable. It is handcrafted from a twisted tubular steel shaft and adorned with scroll ironwork. "It is a signature look," Schlegel says. "It goes with old-world architecture." Metalcraft Industries also sells a new oversized version of extruded frames with printed graphics on aluminum, referred to as decorative street compo- nents or architectural metal fabrication, which the company recently displayed at the Southeast Building Conference in August in Orlando. The sign displays, which are standalone or panel to panel, are a fit for the hospitality, spa and res- taurant industries, plus generated inter- est among interior designers and archi- tects, Schlegel says. The extruded frames created by Metalcraft Industries are a sign display that allows messages and colors to be interchanged, often used in the retail industry, Schlegel says. "It looks like a piece of artwork because you're doing bending or weav- ing between other pieces of metal and utilizing colors and graphics that can be quickly changed out for seasonal and sales events," Schlegel says. Most of Metalcraft Industries' sign brackets can fit on a round pole or square post and come in aluminum or steel and have a curved or flat channel mount, or they can be customized to order. The widths generally are 24, 36 or 48 inches or can be larger or smaller. The brack- ets are powder coated to provide a long- lasting, durable, peel-resistant finish. Another option for anchoring signs is a post-and-panel system that doesn't use any brackets or hardware, is easy to install and is intended for outdoor appli- cations, Schlegel says. "It's a nice routed, shaped piece of alu- minum," Schlegel says. "It has ears off the side of it. Poles are slotted to the thick- ness of the ears. You drop it into the pole." Product Samples Sign Bracket Store, which creates sign brackets and blanks, makes its sign brack- ets out of steel that are hand-forged and formed. Once the brackets are welded together, they are powder-coated to resist rust and corrosion. They can be mounted to poles or posts, and most styles can be customized. "All of our sign brackets are hand- assembled and forged and, while they The old-world look is often used for historic areas or more traditional business and retail locations. ONLY $19,950 (About $13,200 out-of-pocket aer Section 179 Tax write-off ) TOLL FREE 800-310-2887 SALES@COMPUTERIZEDCUTTERS.COM WWW.COMPUTERIZEDCUTTERS.COM Starting at ONLY $17,950 SMALL SHOP SOLUTION every. single. machine. PLUS the industry's only 3-YEAR WARRANTY. SDG_CCI_September2019_Freedom_KR4x4_halfpg.indd 1 7/30/2019 12:02:44 PM

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