How this plastic signage panel is made !
Delivery Point: Palm Beach Queensland Street, AU
Acrylic plastic backing panel with 3d individual cut out, to print colors, trimmed letters. This panel has
flame polished edges after trimming the plastic. There is a video you can
that explains more about polishing. The lettering is cut via a plotter
The weight of stroke (measured width across the downstroke of the vertical)
for these art is very thin, so, talking in conjunction with the client, the
dept of panel is 8mm.
The multi shadow blend of the registered logo
looks fantastic, to create such a look, try using Illustrator or Corel and
make sure that you draw each section in 'trim' parts so that you can
manipulate the color sections using gradients.
Tips for drawing Logos: If a concept or final, make your logo
suitable for lots of outputs. Keep a high resolution file that is at least 1
metre x 1 metre at full size. It may be a 350mb file, but one day you will
use it and not have any troubles.
When logos have a
sharp point, for example, a swirl or wave shape, add two or more extra node
points to the end point. This will keep the main structure intact.
Another example with raised and sandblasting effect
This a photo of the finished sign. The Laser Cut Sign here
is Poly welded reversed colored and glued tot the Sandblasting effect panel.
The Edges of the letters are slightly polished and give a great light
transmission effect. The sign would be mounted to the wall by the customer
with the stand off pins supplied.
It really is easy to arrange any kind of work online from Palm Beach QLD to
Traralgon Vic, Mackay Sign to Bentleigh Signs.
Another Great example is here at