Sign & Digital Graphics

May '17

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • May 2017 • 85 The bottom line is that being aware of and using local industrial service provid- ers—who have equipment and capabili- ties that a commercial sign shop is very unlikely and impractical to have—opens up opportunities and solves problems for the sign maker that benefit his busi- ness in a number of ways. Some diligent investigation and deliberate relation- ship building can give him an edge over the competition and greatly lesson the times he has to say "no" to his clients and potential clients… a win-win situation that can make life easier and improve a shop's bottom line. SDG All the metal parts, which belong to a large all-metal road sign, are getting a quality finish by way of powder coating. Plate letters and logos are also powder coated, and no primer coat is required for these plate aluminum elements, and they will last and look good for many years. Every structural part of this project was fabricated in the sign shop, then prepped and powder coated to give the whole a durable and attractive baked-on finish.

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