Upgraded table signs made easy Jim Arsenault, Sanford, Maine
Upgraded table signs made easy Jim Arsenault, Sanford, Maine
Upgraded table signs made easy Jim Arsenault, Sanford, Maine
Flat files provide a lot of low-cost storage Toby Leighton, Leighton Sign Works, Oakland, Maine
Flat files provide a lot of low-cost storage Toby Leighton, Leighton Sign Works, Oakland, Maine

Tips & Tricks

By SignCraft Magazine

Posted on Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

Upgraded table signs made easy

A client, an exclusive restaurant, needed new Reserved signs for the tables in the restaurant. I scribbled a quick drawing and sent it to them. They loved the idea.

The brass knob was a standard cabinet pull, and the wood trim was a stock molding from the lumberyard. I cut the blanks from .063 matte black aluminum on my bandsaw, then drilled the holes for the knob and screws for the wood trim before bending it. I hand planed the wood trim to match the angle of the bent aluminum so that it would sit flush on the table.


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