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Archive for January, 2009

Column Plates launched

Friday, January 30th, 2009

Sign Making Supplies Profile: Column Plates

 

We have finally managed to sort out our Column Plates and they are ready for sale to everyone. They will be added to the website shortly, but in the meantime if you need any further information give the sales office a ring on 01934 852888.

Column Plate 04

Column Plate sign

 We can supply an easy to use installation guide, (which is shown on our flickr site at the moment) together with a price list, both of which are in pdf format and can be emailed to you.

These plates are so simple to install – you just use a Tam Torqueor banding tool at the back of the sign which can be easily clamped to a lamp column or similar.

All the plates are 150mm wide and can be cut to any length, although we are offering four standard heights:

250mm

350mm

450mm

550mm

All plates are pre-powder coated white or black, then cut to length and are supplied fully graphiced from your artwork supplied. They can also be supplied in a reflective version. Email sales@signscape.co.uk for more information. If you have any thoughts or comments, please let me know.

EcoVision Noticeboard at night

Wednesday, January 28th, 2009

Sign making supplies profile: Ecovision

YouTube Preview Image Little clip showing our EcoVision Noticeboard at night, outside our premises. I filmed this on my flip, so not the greatest of quality, but it does give an idea of the illumination levels it throws out. There is a PIR that activates through movement which switches on the LED’s.

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Infocurve Lite debut video

Tuesday, January 27th, 2009

Sign making supplies profile: Infocurve Lite

YouTube Preview Image This is a short clip showing our Infocurve Lite in our showroom. We had a recent request from a customer asking what it looks like – and they couldn’t wait for a sample!

The sales’ bit: We can supply in 100mm, 200mm, 300mm and 400mm extrusions, upto 6m long and it is so versatile that it can be used for free-standing, suspended, wall mounted or projecting – have a look at our flickr gallery for more ideas…

We will feature more of our products over the coming weeks.

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More Fettling…

Wednesday, January 21st, 2009

Welding lugs on safety guards Bob welding some lugs onto a guard for a printing machine. We then will have to repaint guards (powder coat) and send out to customer so he can fit to his printing machinery.

All of our welding is done on site, but occasionally we have to outsource for specialist work. We seem to be getting stranger requests for our engineering shop – including recently hotel safes and vending machines for a famous brand of male contraceptive products. Some of our more enthusiastic young guys have been wanting to get more involved in the latter, but we are doing our best to curb their ardour!

Signs to help recovery

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

As a Sign maker and supplier I’m constantly being asked to discuss the merits of signs, both good and bad, as well as the aesthetics in relation to their surroundings. There are many different approaches to this and probably no single answer, but all signs should convey simply a message that the “target audience “needs to understand, whether this is an instruction, warning, or just to convey a piece of knowledge. Commercial Signs and Signboards seem to be under constant scrutiny recently- too many signs, too few, too confusing and the sign-maker has a difficult job to appease the client.

This was a thread a colleague in the States from USA Today - let me know about – I wonder if any of our politicians/local authorities would come up with anything like this to help business’

I firmly believe that good signage can help any company stand out from the crowd, if you get a chance have a look at these really creative designs that have been produced and shown on UK Signboards – Keep up the good work David!

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