3-by-12-ft. shop sign is carved high density urethane board with halo-lighting by House of Signs
Roger, Kelly and Andy
Inside the showroom
91-by-43-in. digital print on 3M IJ35C-10 film with 3M 8520 laminate, mounted on 3mm aluminum composite material with a corrugated plastic core that was inlaid into the wood frame.
Full wrap (excluding roof) printed on 3M IJ180Cv3-10 with 3M 8548G laminate
Wall graphics printed on 3M IJ35C-20 film with 3M 8520 laminate, mounted on 6mm Sintra PVC panels [www.graphicdisplayusa.com] that were attached to the wall with VHB tape. The wall is 13-by-20-ft. overall.
48-in. diameter digital print on 3M IJ180Cv3-10 film with 3M 8519 laminate, mounted on 3mm caluminum composite material over an internal steel frame.
2-by-3-ft. digital print on 3M IJ180Cv3-10 with 3M 8519 laminate, mounted on 3mm corrugated core aluminum composite material with cedar frame and high density urethane trim moldings
4-by-8-ft. digital print on 3M IJ180Cv3-10 film with 3M 8519 laminate, mounted on ¾-in. overlaid plywood panel with a wood support frame and 4-by-4-in. posts
Printed on 3M 40C-10 film with 3M 8520 laminate; 3M Dusted Crystal film for panels
Digital print on 3M IJ180Cv3-10 film with 3M 8520 laminate; each window is 44-by-93-in.
Digital print on 3M IJ180Cv3-10 with 3M 85120 laminate on 61-by-90- in. elevator door
4-by-8-ft. digital printed on 3M IJ180Cv3-10 film with 3M 8519 laminate on 3mm corrugated core aluminum composite panel
Printed on 3M IJ180Cv3-10 film with 3M 8548G laminate, with lettering cut from 3M reflective film and applied
Printed on 3M IJ180Cv3-10 film with 3M 8548G laminate
Single-face sign with 4-by-5-ft. digital print on 3M IJ180Cv3-10 film with 3M 8519 laminate, mounted on 3mm corrugated core aluminum composite panel inlaid in HDU board frames
3-by-8-ft. sign with a digital print on 3M IJ180Cv3-10 film mounted on 3mm corrugated core aluminum composite material over an internal steel frame.
Printed on 3M IJ180Cv3-10 film with 3M 8548G laminate

Profile: SignTech

By SignCraft Magazine

Posted on Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

In the heart of Colorado’s High Country lies an internationally-renowned region known as Summit County. Surrounded by high peaks, it has five world-class ski resorts, year-round outdoor recreational amenities, and several towns rich with Colorado’s mining history.

This combination draws tourists from all corners of the globe. Since 2012, SignTech has served the businesses that cater to those visitors and the residents lucky enough to call this paradise home. Centrally located in Frisco, SignTech was established by Roger Cox, who opened the House of Signs in Frisco back in 1988. His goal was to let House of Signs focus on high quality carved 3-dimensional signs, while SignTech would deliver custom vinyl signs and graphics from a separate but nearby location.

SignTech seems to have an interesting and somewhat unusual market.


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