Wright Family Farm Sign

We were very excited about this sign. Our friends at the Wright Family Farm in Warwick, NY needed to replace an old sign on the main road in front of the farm. This farm has been around for over 100 years so we felt very privileged to be involved.

So we stepped in to help with the task by creating a new design that would incorporate everything they had to offer. Nanette jumped on the design and came up with a wonderful sign design that everyone was extremely happy with.  Now we have to make it….

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We had to come up with a way to get the background detail in while keeping the sign dimensional. It was very important to make it really stand out for people driving by. We decided to UV print the details of the back to dibond then mount dimensional letters to the face.

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Peter takes the 2D artwork and converts to 3D in Enroute Pro. Then we are ready to carve the rest of the sign in two parts. we then glue them together with the hangers installed.

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Off to the paint room where Holin will paint the sign with a  latex a enamel.

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A little bit of assembly and we’re ready to deliver.

Best of Luck with your new sign!

– Steve

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Sign Shop Sign

Our good friend Robin from Foley Sign Shop in Orangeburg, NY was in the market for an oversized dimensional sign at her great new location. We were happy to work with her on it and had a little fun with her great logo.

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The bed on our Multicam 3000 is 4’x8′ – the sign will be 5’x8′ so we are going to have to piece it together. We are cutting the Palette out of 2″ 15# Precision Board HDU and the letters out of 1.5″ 30# Precision Board HDU.

To lighten the sign we hog out some material.

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Once We’ve assembled the palette we cut the letters and other elements. The Foley text is cut from PVC which we’ll pin mount floating off the surface of the palette.

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We test all the parts and we have a perfect fit! Time for paint.

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I guess this is the view from the sign face….

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One more coat of color, some details and gloss coats to go!

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John got it installed in no time.

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Good luck with your new sign Robin!

– Steve