Follow-up: Ray Sauder
Posted on Monday, April 5th, 2021
Shop name: Raynbow Signs
City: Palmerston, Ontario, Canada
Staff: Five plus Ray
Shop size: 4800 sq. ft.
Roland SolJet Pro4 XR-640
Roland CAMM-1 plotter
Gerber Sabre 408 CNC router
Ray Sauder opened Raynbow Signs at the ripe old age of 21 in 1993. Twenty-eight years later his shop provides graphics for Palmerston and the many other small towns that surround it in this scenic area, which is about two hours from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Ray was first featured in the November/December 2011 issue of SignCraft and here’s what he told SignCraft.com in a recent chat:
Not much has changed as far as what we do and how we do it since that last article. I’m a little older, so I’m less likely to get involved in the larger installation projects. But we’re still mostly doing signs for small and medium-sized business—like flat and 3D signs, vehicles and wraps along with illuminated signs, channel letters and logo designs.