cnc cut signs

rjssigns

Major Contributor
Nice. Did you build your CNC? I want to build my own and have been accumulating parts. Trying to scavenge good bits as the budget is tight having to pay for school.
 

vinylvillain

New Member
The margins on these signs is astronomical; and for what? Some paint and elbow grease? The sign looks amazing my friend, very well done.
 

Gene@mpls

Very Active Member
VV- you sound like someone who has never done one? You are right, the paint is cheap. The materials are not so, and a *lot* of elbow grease. Not raggin' it is just more work than you could imagine. Gene
 

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rossmosh

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The margins on these signs is astronomical; and for what? Some paint and elbow grease? The sign looks amazing my friend, very well done.

Nope, none of that is true. Also I can say with near certainty that this sign does not look good up close. No way is that masking holding a sharp edge like actual paint mask.
 
1936526_10201550853009062_8504326691605940101_n.jpg Here is my best friends cnc. CAMaster Stinger III 5' x 10' we use it 90% for speaker boxes and some signs from time to time
 

GAC05

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"Good money in textured wallwork as well...."
That is a sweet looking table

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