Our sign and model gallery has excellent pictures of the latest projects using Precision Board Plus HDU. Routed, hand-carved, and sandblasted signs from all over the country. Check it out here: Sign & Model Gallery. Would you like to be a part of our gallery? Call us at: (800) 845-0745! Thank you to Mr. Wray […]
Did you know that Coastal Enterprises can fabricate custom support fixtures for bonded blocks of Precision Board? Yes, it’s true! Whether it’s for CNC machining, oven or autoclave curing, tool transportation, lay up tooling, final inspection, or anything in between, Coastal can fabricate it. These support structures are designed with everything needed; direction casters, leveling […]
We all know Mark Roberts at InterSign Group is an avid Precision Board user, but he also works with other materials. In the June issue of Sign Builder Illustrated, he wrote an article on the process of restoring redwood signs (p16). The great thing about Precision Board HDU is that it doesn’t require the maintenance of wood and has an indefinite life span. Since it’s […]
Probably two of the nicest guys you’ll ever run across. Mike Starks owner of Soha Sign Co. has been making signs since birth, and Heath DeWallace creative director/artist was the only guy in his kindergarten class that did something with his finger paint other than eat it. Both Mike and Heath love a tough challenge […]
Since 1999, Daycab Company, in Rockwood, TN, has been using composites to retrofit class 8 commercial trucks with sleeper cabs to day cabs. Why would anyone be interested in having the sleeper cab removed, and a composite day cab installed you ask? Once a commercial truck gets to a certain age, many fleets will not […]
Just what goes into the design of a race car? For the many people who have had the pleasure of driving or watching a sports car or professional race car, its quite apparent that some talented minds were involved in the engineering of such a masterpiece. Nick Roberts is one of those talented minds and […]
Greg Delhierro, of M & M Signs & Graphics, recently used Precision Board Plus for some exterior channel letters. This is a very new application! Being on a tight deadline to finish this sign, they opted to experiment with Precision Board Plus they had in stock instead of using aluminum. The channel letters were crafted from 2 […]
So you’re working on your surface model, and you are trying to get everything to match up nicely, usually to either G1 (tangent) continuity, or G2 (curvature) continuity. You think things look pretty good, you join them all together, you run ShowEdges to see if your model has any naked edges……and then you use Zebra to check that your edges are continuous in the way you desire. Which, frankly, I think is completely nuts. Allow me to explain.