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13 Jun
2019

Creating A Light-Weight and Strong Plug from Precision Board

  • June 13, 2019
  • Tai Freligh
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Coastal Enterprises, manufacturers of Precision Board HDU, is proud to host guest blogs written by some of the industry’s biggest movers and shakers, posted to the Precision Board Blog.  This guest blog is written by Philip Locker, President of Competition Composites Inc in Ontario, Canada.  Philip tells us how he used Precision Board high-density urethane tooling board..

09 Jun
2019

Hazelnut Inn Sign – A Mix of Materials and Techniques

Coastal Enterprises, manufacturers of Precision Board HDU, is proud to host guest blogs written by some of the signage industry’s biggest movers and shakers, posted to the Precision Board Blog.  This guest blog is written by Dan Sawatzky with Imagination Corporation in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada.  This month, Dan is showing us how he used a variety of..

06 Jun
2019

Sandblasted Precision Board HDU City Signs

Kendal Signs has fabricated about fifteen signs for the City of Cocoa, Florida over the last several years.  What originally started as cedar signs are now being replaced with Precision Board HDU after the harsh Florida weather damaged them.  In this blog, Anna Johnson with Kendal Signs talks us through routing and sandblasting PBLT-15 Precision..

20 May
2019

Laser-Engraving Faux Wood into Precision Board HDU

A customer contacted us wondering if they could create a faux wood pattern on Precision Board HDU using their laser system.  They did not own a CNC and were trying to get a competitive advantage with what they had in house for equipment.  We reached out to our friends at Trotec Laser and asked them..

14 May
2019

Dan Sawatzky Is Looking Ahead to Sign Invitational 2020!

Coastal Enterprises, manufacturers of Precision Board HDU, is proud to host guest blogs written by some of the signage industry’s biggest movers and shakers, posted to the Precision Board Blog.  This guest blog is written by Dan Sawatzky with Imagination Corporation in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada.  This month, Dan wraps up his 2019 ISA Sign Invitational victory (making..

08 May
2019

Laser-Engraving & Hand-Carving Railroad Buildings out of HDU

Dennis Rayon is the owner of Denray Machine in Missouri, but he’s also an avid model railroad builder. He uses a laser machine & hand-carving tools to recreate highly-detailed buildings from the mid-1900s out of PBLT-15 Precision Board high-density urethane. We caught up with him recently to delve a little deeper into how he creates..

24 Apr
2019
sign expo

ISA International Sign Expo 2019

  • April 24, 2019
  • Tai Freligh
  • 57 views

Coastal Enterprises is a proud sponsor of the ISA International Sign Expo and will be exhibiting at the 2019 show in booth #860.  Stop by and say hello to Chip and Kellie, grab some Precision Board HDU samples and ask your technical questions!  We will have samples on hand of our brand new density 25lb,..

16 Apr
2019
signs

Designing Signs for a Tourism Farm Sawatzky Style

Coastal Enterprises, manufacturers of Precision Board HDU, is proud to host guest blogs written by some of the signage industry’s biggest movers and shakers, posted to the Precision Board Blog.  This guest blog is written by Dan Sawatzky with Imagination Corporation in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada.  This month, Dan tells us how he plans to use PBLT-30 Precision..

12 Apr
2019

OMAX Waterjet Cutting Precision Board HDU

Waterjets have been becoming increasingly popular due to their ability to cut any type of material that comes in the shop door, including Precision Board HDU.  You can never predict what the next job is going to require, so having the capability to cut any substrate is a great addition to any shop arsenal. OMAX..

10 Apr
2019

This Faux Wood Precision Board HDU Sign was Hand-Carved!

Andrea Craig is the Lead Designer for JH Signs & Designs. Her client, True North Salon & Spa, wanted an outdoor woodsy feel to her sign, but without the hassle of frequent maintenance due to the harsh Minnesota weather. She decided to go with a sign that looked like wood, but would last a lot..