By SignCraft Magazine
Posted on Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018
I embraced the technology as it came on the scene back when I had my sign shop, and invested in it as I could afford to. This makes a lot of things possible that just wouldn’t be practical by hand. Our next significant purchase will probably be a CNC hotwire cutter. This will let us cut out over-sized 3D sculpted work in-house, rather than outsourcing it.
We also do planning and design for our clients as well as design/build. Our projects continue to grow in size and scope. That’s pretty exciting in and of itself because each project seems to lead us to a bigger one.
A lot of our work is fairly large projects that are fabricated in the shop then assembled and installed on location. We have recently added mobile and modular food and retail stands to our offerings for our clients. We work our same theming magic on our mobile and modular units, but we fabricate them in-house as a complete unit then drop them in place on the site.
We don’t pursue signage for local businesses anymore. Most of our projects include a lot of signage, though, because it’s such an essential part of theming.
We have a great team and a great work atmosphere. We have an awesome facility and we have a lot of fun.
As for me, I’m finally doing the type of work I dreamed about as a kid. I often feel like that 12-year-old boy again. I’m always excited to see the next project come together.
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