Tim Beyer: 3-D signs in a small Midwest town

By signcraft

Posted on Monday, March 28th, 2022

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Shop name: Red Rock Signworks

City: Harvey, Iowa

Age: 41 years old

Shop size: 4500 sq. ft. shop

Graphics equipment:

HP 560 printer

Laser engraver/cutter

Shopbot PRS CNC router


Vectric Aspire, FlexiSign, CorelDRAW



Facebook: Red Rock Signworks

Instagram: @redrocksignworks

Tim Beyer lives and works in Harvey, Iowa, a small town about 50 miles southeast of Des Moines. His pathway into the sign industry was through 3D signs via CNC routing and woodworking. Using the natural appeal of dimension to create more powerful advertising and identification for businesses struck him as a perfect combination.

“I’ve always been interested in drawing, art and design,” Tim says. “I bought the router first, just because I was interested in learning what you could do with one. That was 2010. In 2012, I took a CNC router class. Seeing others projects really got me hooked. It just snowballed from there.”

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