Sign & Digital Graphics

November '15

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • November 2015 • 55 A few states away, another sign profes- sional is conducting his business. In Frisco, Colorado, Roger Cox, owner of House of Signs, has a trusted and respected crew. He has been operat- ing since 1989 and excels in hand-carved work. But even with all of his experience, he puts a lot of trust in his staff. "Peris and I are the primary design- ers, and I art-direct all projects," Cox says. "Peris takes the designs into our 3 D software program and turns out the concepts into 3D magic. Steve, one of our fabricators, is involved on the front- end of engineering, as he builds many of our structures and handles our in-house welding needs." As you can tell, it's a close-knit group at House of Signs. A bit of a different business structure than Ziglin Signs but they both share some of the same senti- ments. "We have a Multicam CNC router and that is our workhorse," Ziglin says. Cox had an almost identical answer. "Our CNC router is one of our work- horse tools." This should tell sign shops in the 3D sign-making market that no matter their Creating 3D signage is an art form and it can be created in any number of ways. (Image courtesy of Ziglin Signs) CNC routers tend to be the workhorse machines that help create these types of 3D signs. (Photo by Ryan Fugler)

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