Sign & Digital Graphics

March '20

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S D G M A G . C O M • M A R C H 2 0 2 0 • 2 7 "Halo-lit letters and logos are extremely versatile and can be used in a multitude of environments that require a sophisticated look," tells Dion Flaska, project manager at Gemini Signs Inc. He continues to build a case for using halo- lit signage by saying, "The lighting effect is bold enough for large exterior signage and can be soft enough for branding the company board room." It's true, this type of signage is a great fit for many applications, inside and out, and across several industries. The actual lighting of the letter is done is such a way that it doesn't detract from the sign, but gives it a defined allure. "I see them in situations where a more subtle light is desired, or a refined architectural design, material, or letter- ing style is required. They also are great on textured backgrounds," explains Brad Camp, President, Royal Signs, Halo-lit letters are not just an outdoor application, they are effective indoors as well. Image courtesy of SDS Automation. No matter how you measure it – Mimaki is wide format. As a leading innovator, we always deliver high quality solutions, from the world's first inkjet printer using pigment ink to most recently, the world's first 64 inch UV-LED integrated printer/cutter. JFX200-2513 EX UCJV300-160 TS55-1800 UJF-3042 MkII EX Contact us today about our print solutions: The ability to include this type of light quality speaks volumes to the advancement of LEDs, channel letters and the raw skills of sign makers.

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