There are all different kinds of Signs, here is a definitive list of what can be made.
Often called Sandwich boards, double sided A-Frames and their cousins T-Frames can be made from timber, plastic or powder coated steel. There is also a steel variety made to take coreflute inserts for low cost changeable signs. There are also a range of novelty signs that revolve in the wind.
A broad term for signs that enhance or complement the form of a building, or form part of the built environment, normally built to last. They can range from a simple door number to large monoliths often sculptural in nature, in the forecourt or plaza of office buildings.
We all know what a regular banner looks like, but there are also economical polypropylene banners for short term uses and there are vale ron strength banners that can take winds up 70mph (with wind slits and grommets. Banners are made for indoor and outdoor usage in any size.
Routed, Laser-cut, water-jet cut or hand fret cut from almost any material. The most popular for signmaking is Acrylic although Stainless steel is very fashionable at the moment. Foam letters are hardly used any more because of their short life in the harsh Queensland sun. Mainly glued or fixed directly to the wall, cut-out letters can also be stood off in several ways or incorporated into a panel sign in multiple layers for extra effect.
It’s much the same as the desk top printer your computer uses, except in the sign industry the printers are several metres wide and print at much higher resolution. We can also print onto many different materials, from special papers, banner vinyls to signwriter’s self-adhesive vinyl. Nearly all the billboards you see along the roadsides today are digitally printed onto vinyl (referred to as skins) and stretched over the billboard. An increasing number of illuminated signs also have digitally printed faces (flex faces), especially the larger ones, which can be produced in a single piece instead of sections using traditional methods.
Extensively designed sales office displays have the ability to attract people. Modern portable stands, banners and marquees with brightly coloured graphics printed onto the material can be static or move with the wind. Sales Offices and Events use these quit often. There are many kinds of portable display signage available, come us and we'll show you!
Fabricated letters are frequently used in shopping centres, the letters can be built to almost any depth and are often illuminated with neon internally and can generate many different lighting effects.
Signage that is required to seen at night or to produce a brighter daytime sign in dark areas. They can be simple light boxes with a semi-transparent face to complex extruded shapes and layers. Neon is usually used to illuminate the sign but LED light can also be effective.
Specialty sculpture style display shapes of any size can be produced. They can be large paint tins, Ginger men, people doing things or display walls in 3-D.
Large, often illuminated signs outside larger developments such as industrial complexes, retail centres and service stations. Normally, a significant free-standing structure, often with separate tenancy boards or lightboxes. Pylon signs give an sense of substance to a development and excellent visibility, especially from a distance.
Display signage in the front of a retail shop around an entrance. Usually designed in and around a logo that has been applied and built as 3-dimensional shapes. Some retail signage can be very involved and complex. The design of these signs must attract the buyer and be appealing to the eye.
Any car, truck, jet ski, boat, trailer, motorhome or van can have a simple logo and contact details or a full blown Wrap where digitally printed panels are adhered to the vehicle producing a mobile billboard with big eye appeal.
So many treatments can done on a window or immediately behind it. Frosted and coloured vinyls are most common. Suspended signage can be hung on the inside. Neon signage can also suspend form a window too. Digitally printed signs can be adhered to glass windows with great effect.
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