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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 • 57 When beginning a project, Ziglin sometimes likes to render a miniature model or a sample if it's a one-off job. But if there's more than one piece, "it becomes way too labor intensive to do it in that scenario, and that's where we got into the molding aspect. We do a lot of HDU 3D stuff, but if we're going to do a bunch of them, then we'll just do one and cast it in a mold, then pour the mold to help with the production aspect." On the Job "We have been involved with a fantas- tic project since last year," Cox says, "And we are currently working on Phase Two." Cox explains that the town of Breckenridge, Colorado has created an entire arts district in the community. House of Signs was fortunate enough to create the signage and designs for the campus that included a mix of both new and restored historical buildings. Customers appreciate the attention to detail and uniqueness that goes into a custom routed sign. (Image courtesy of Ziglin Signs) Using the right CNC router will provide optimal results and repeat business.

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