Sign & Digital Graphics

October '19

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ARCHITECTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL have a 'wrought iron' look, are fabricated from steel, which is stronger and longer- lasting," Capps says. The brackets have steel backplates that are created to work with their weight and length. Pre-drilled holes on the plates allow sign shops and business owners to bolt the brackets on to almost any surface. The brackets come in "distinctive shapes with a modern approach to sig- nage," Capps says. They offer "eye-catch- ing designs that will grab the attention of customers when sign shops add their graphics and company logos," he says. Sign Bracket Store sells a new fixed- mount Eclipse bracket, available for the past year, and because of its success, has added another style called the Cerchio Bracket. It's a banner bracket constructed out of one-inch square steel tubing, pow- der-coated and finished in black, present- ing a modern minimalist design. "These products come with a PVC sign blank option, so sign shops just have to add graphics and install the bracket," Capps says. "They look like a custom-grade bracket but are just one of the standard brackets we offer." The brackets have many benefits, but the one drawback to the larger brackets is they cannot ship UPS, Capps says. Instead, they have to ship common carrier on a pallet, adding to the overall expense, he says. "Many of our styles are in stock and ship quickly," Capps says. "We can customize sign brackets for the dis- cerning customer or if you have very specific mounting conditions." Some More Options G y f o r d D é c o r , which brands as Gyford Standoff Systems, in 18 • October 2019 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S A blade sign for Peter Wabbit Parisian Snacks. Image courtesy of Gyford Standoff Systems. A blade sign depicting a knife and fork. Image courtesy of Gyford Standoff Systems. (Left) A hospitality sign pointing out the services of a restaurant, cocktails and coffee. Image courtesy of Gyford Standoff Systems. Images courtesy of Art SignWorks.

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