We are currently have our signs digitally screenprinted and we are finding out that we need to shop around to good screenprinters and such going forward. We produce nearly 5000-7000 14" x 10" .060 styrene signs a year. Holes in corners and black red white on the front and same on the back, so...
Looking for some help from people who know what they are doing in the design world. Have a trailer wrap need to be designed, I have the files from the last wrap and just need things redone and sized correctly to print. Need someone efficient and knowledgeable.
Look forward to...
Appreciate this but the other problem is when using a routing tool in Zund, you have to make the shape paths the same as the diam of the bit. So if using a 1/8 bit, you have to keep the intersections at least 1/8 round or wide.
Hope all is well. Sorry to bug ya all but have a big last minute issue we are cutting tonight several of these. Customer’s cut file is WAY too complicated, routing on .5” ultraboard. Anyway you all know to simplify the cut path or make it so Zund doesn’t route a bunch of holes? See attached.
You can move this post if I put it in the wrong spot but we are in need of someone to help our current designer catch up on jobs due to the workload. Not enough to hire a full time second designer but need someone who knows how things work. We currently work with Adobe products and...
See attached, I need some contacts for companies who can make this sign, just the cabinet and cap on top of the cabinet portion.
Internally lit cabinet
standard divider bars as shown
aluminum cap for top of cabinet
mount through side and bottom of cabinet to existing concrete pad...
Hope this is the right place but have a pretty clean/simple job in Atlanta looking for competent installers on:
Have about 6 small signs to be installed with standoffs inside an office.
Have one longer interior metal sign to be applied to wall with screws and screw caps
Have a customer who wants to print on 1500+ pool noodles with their one color letter logo vertically on the noodle as large as possible?
Anyone have any ideas or anyone ever done this or know someone who can?
if you are printing second surface acrylic with a flatbed, prime first, print to acrylic, let sit for 24hrs and then roll white paint or simply laminate white vinyl to backside at 80 pressure, always turns out perfect JUST make sure your ink is adhering to the plastic.
for laminating UV prints, either liquid lam or roll lam will work great. For film laminate, use Mactac's Colorguard Calendared...specifically formulated to stick to uv inks, just make sure to use a tiny bit of heat and more pressure to keep any silvering around edges to happen.