Signs of the Times - January 2014 - (Page 26)

S t ri ctly Com m e r cia l The sign received a layer of primer. Coastal Enterprises PrecisionBoard® high-density urethane (HDU), along with internal steel supports and ¾-in.-thick, MDO backers. We constructed seven layers of 2-in.thick HDU, which were epoxied and screwed together. We used 15-lb. A coat of red acrylic paint was applied after the primer dried. HDU for the layers, 20-lb. for the signface, and 30-lb. for the pottery. Other materials incorporated into the sign were Magic Sculpt epoxy resin - which we used to build the potter's tools and tankard - 23K goldleaf, industrial acrylic paints and glazes. The Fauls installed the sign themselves, so we integrated a sensible mounting system to make the installation relatively uncomplicated. We built an MDO French cleat with vertical spacers, which AVAILABLE NOW! $39.95 26 SIGNS OF THE TIMES January 2014

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Signs of the Times - January 2014

Signs of the Times - January 2014
ST Update
Technology Update
Large-Format Design Strategies
Vinyl Apps
Strictly Commercial
Lighting Techniques
The Moving Message
Technology Review - Agfa’s Jeti Titan X
Technology Review - Polytype’s NQ32 UV hybrid printer
Design Matters
New Products
Industry News
GableSigns’ Casino Signs
Dynamic Digital Signage Made Simple
Building Street Cred
Modern Sign Engineering
Advertising index
Editorially speaking

Signs of the Times - January 2014