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Looking for something unique, try this office signage technique. The letters are drawn for overall smoothness using popular drawing programs
like Illustrator and CorelDraw. Then, once the logo is drawn, we apply a few special node editing techniques such as smooth, cusp and combine. If you want
to supply your own drawing file for laser cutting, that's OK, our team will pre-issue the nodes and lines for you before cutting.
The letters shown in this shot are very thick and require careful lift and drop values for the cutting process. The path that the high
intensity laser follows is also controlled by the 'path direction'. You can read more about path direction and control at the MyHelp Pages Laser
This image of the team at work shows the reverse application of vinyl lettering. The material used in the sign is 12mm Clear Acrylic,
the color is a Vinyl Spicy Red chosen online at the 'online colours' pages. Using a water solution to let the material slide across the lettering, the red
is cut on a plotter with an inline contour of between. 5 and 2mm. The vinyl letters are stuck to the back side of the substrate.
Gluing or sticking the letters to the wall is easy. Once dry, the PVC Red letter is stuck to the wall using a specialised outdoor tape.
The tape composition is clear so no shadows are visible. No holes or screws are needed. It is also recommended to use a soft non acidic adhesive glue such
as Liquid nails or Window Silicone.
Working Shot - Lettering onto Anodised Aluminium