Sign & Digital Graphics

November '19

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • November 2019 • 17 person, and the team member, this aspect of the fabrication process can be a non- issue if two colors end up clashing once the "real paint color" is in place next to the stone veneer they insisted on having. LED modules manufacturer or model changes: What is most important to your cus- tomer? Intensity? Lumens? Price? Do they care? Having some room to move on this can prevent delays caused by a supplier's delay in shipping a certain type of LED. Customer approvals and permis- sions on modifications during fabri- cation: Specifically outline with your customer how your process works and why it's necessary to allow your company to adjust the fabrication should any weird anomalies occur. This is the one key fac- tor that can almost eliminate a project coming to a stop in the shop. This step of the process becomes "set in stone" should the customer not agree to letting certain aspects be adjusted. In that case, any and all modifications to the original One thing to consider is landscaping both now, and in the future. Here, John Shaw provides an example of how landscaping can make or break a great sign display. "A sign of a well done display is when you see it 13 years later and it looks better than originally installed! The landscape has filled in, the finish has held up, and it still illuminates properly and still appears brand new!" – John Shaw, DaVinci Sign Systems

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