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21 Feb
2012

Crow Indian Head Sculpture – On Display at ISA Orlando 2012

Dan Keith, owner of Dan’s Foundry recently sent us pictures of a Crow Indian Head sculpture he made from Precision Board Plus PBLT-15. His father, A.J., was the original sculptor/designer who specialized in western bronzes. Using his NextEngine laser scanner, Dan scanned the original wax sculpture and then exported it into Aspire CNC software to..

21 Feb
2012

Ultimate project?

They say the hardest project for any artist to do is one for themselves. I know it to be true through experience. But these projects also allow us the ultimate freedom to do what pleases us and have the potential to be out best work

20 Feb
2012

Assembly

Once the router was finished cranking out all the pieces of the Lark Rise project it was time to start in on assembly. The first task was to weld up a steel frame that would go through the sign and also down the post to provide structural strength.  Although the sign board looks like it can swing it is actually welded in place. The horizontal steel pipe is welded to the vertical pipe that goes from top to bottom through the middle of the post

15 Feb
2012

Never Say Never: Service and Quality Win Back Signetics

  Founded in 1971, Signetics, located near Dayton, OH, is a full-service sign manufacturer serving the United States and the World. Originally targeting the golf industry in the form of interior and exterior signage, Signetics grew quickly based on reputation of quality and craftsmanship. Today, over 5,000 golf courses and businesses worldwide have signage crafted..

15 Feb
2012

LEED Certification – Why It’s Important

  • February 15, 2012
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Many of you are probably already familiar with LEED certification, but for those who aren’t we want to share some insight into exactly what it is, and how to achieve it. LEED or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design is a certification developed by the U.S. Green Building Council in 2000, and is aimed at..

14 Feb
2012

Details, details and more details

We are down to the final bits and pieces for the pub project. As they begin to operate for real in the renovated facility the need for an abundance of operational signs immediately became apparent. For these signs we opted for a faux copper look.