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Softwoods, Melamine, Laminex Panels, and MDF can all be laser cut into great looking letters or sign panels. The image below shows the edges of the wood composite finish
as a black due to the laser heat cutting through the material.
To finish color a letter like this, you can contract a local spray painting company to undercoat and finish coat the letters or you can
DIY. MDF and Laminex look great and can be very effective. If you operate a 'discount' store, try using this cut out MDF letter, without color. It looks fantastic
applied to fascia's, product shelves, above pelmet shop signs etc and gives a high quality, easy to read 3D letter with a sense of 'discount'.
Grind and Greens Expresso Coffee
Try this, use an office sign in high gloss and reverse cut out the skeleton section, insert a plastic letter or Laminex into the skeleton
section. This is called reverse Kerf, and we often make panels with protruding signs or extending the letter away from the first layer.
Need more ideas? Go the Laser Sign Gallery here, heaps of pictures to help
your sign design.
CNE Skeleton Ice Signage designed for rear side lights to shine through, the panel is fitted to the lower panel of a reception counter
and is framed with timber. The light tube is hidden behind and only the red letters allow the light to come through. Being reversed in color, the light will
come out of the face and transmit thru the edges.
Delivered to Mt. Waverley Victoria
Laminex, MDF, Melamine, Timber composites in general are not suited for outdoor weather affected areas, if you need to use a 'timber'
product for outside, it should be coated with clear, sealer or paint.
Made with the same concept as above, this one utilizes metal glue over plastic. The brilliance of the lighting will be a soft glow because
the translucency of the plastic is deeper. Pretty hard to walk past this technique.
This Online Sign was ordered at QSonline here