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30 Sep
2011

A Beautiful Sign in a Beautiful Location

The designers and fabricators at Sign Design and Fabrication of Dahlonega, GA are true artisans that take great pride in delivering a sign to their clients that both delights and helps the register ring! Their work can be found all over the country, including the Aloha state. SD&F was asked to design his sign, inspired..

01 Aug
2011

Sign Industry Collaboration Culminates at The NBM Show

Sign Industry leaders OneShot and Coastal Enterprises join forces with life-long artist and pin stripe legend, Tramp Warner, and one of the San Diego areas top sign makers, Ford Signs, to produce a demonstration sign that will eventually hang in one of OneShot’s facilities (word has it that the corporate office is angling for the sign after..

01 Jul
2011

Some Assembly Required

Dan Sawatzky’s Triangle Contracting Co. Sign Takes First Place! Dan Sawatzky’s excavator is an excellent example of planning out a yield strategy and using PB Bond-240 urethane adhesive to put it all together. Working from a sheet of 1” thick PBLT-30 Precision Board Plus, Dan relies on his CNC router to cut the individual pieces to..

10 May
2011

A New Stetson For Clint

  Anyone who has traveled along Highway 101 through Pismo Beach California has no doubt seen the 40 foot wooden hand-carved statue of Clint the Cowboy standing proud in the parking lot of McLintock’s Saloon. For a few months regular travelers might even have noticed the familiar icon was missing his hat. It had to..

20 Mar
2011

More Detail + Higher Density = Greater Profits

Offering a sign made of 30lb Precision Board Plus instead of 15lb is great way to increase profits. The denser material machines as easily, yet generally requires less priming and sanding. And since the material cost is only roughly 10-15% of the cost of a sign, the added value of a 30lb Precision Board Plus..