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Outdoor signage Finished!

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Outdoor signage Finished!

Postby slamwilson » Thu Jun 07, 2018 5:02 pm

I am new here, love reading what you guys do! Thought I should share my last project I just finished up and installed! All Cut from 10 GA Mild on my LVD Fiber Laser :)
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Re: Outdoor signage Finished!

Postby Gamelord » Thu Jun 07, 2018 10:59 pm

Excellent work! Looks wonderful.
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Re: Outdoor signage Finished!

Postby Scratch » Fri Jun 08, 2018 9:40 am

Great job!
Questions...
On the first pic:
Are the letters negatively cut? It's hard to tell.
What do you have behind the letters and the leaf that is white?
How are the arrows white?
I'd like to see the back side of the sign if you ever get a chance. Wondering how it's mounted into the ground.

Second pic: How are the logo and letters mounted to the sign?

Fifth pic: How is the sign mounted to the rock?
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Re: Outdoor signage Finished!

Postby slamwilson » Tue Jun 12, 2018 10:10 am

Its all magic!!! On the First pic I cut a panel to fit the back, and had it powder coated, then attached it to the back so that the letters would show. I am now in process of creating some art to go onto the back of it. We poured a concrete pad to attach concrete anchors to it.

The arrows are also cut from 10 Gauge and have bolts welded to them.

The Letters on the Second pic.... I cut them out upside down, and etched circles on the back so I could weld on studs. I had the matched holes laid out onto the face.

The fifth pic, I welded 4" 3/8 bolts with 1/2 inch pipe spacers, then drilled holes into the rock and mortered the bolts into place.

This was a very unique fun project to do. I am located in South Dakota, and my customer is in PA!

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Re: Outdoor signage Finished!

Postby Scratch » Tue Jun 12, 2018 7:14 pm

Thanks for the details! Looks great!
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Re: Outdoor signage Finished!

Postby slamwilson » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:57 am

Thanks! Took a bit of head scratching and figuring, But we made it happen!


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