How to Make a Custom Sign
The growth of Heritage Custom Signs mandated we upgrade our staff, facility and equipment, thus drastically improving our signage capabilities. In this video, Chris Cannon provides step by step directions on how he makes a custom sign.
- Our digital capabilities have computers communicating directly to the printers and CNC Router, producing exact prints and cuts.
- Chis uses a fade-resistant ink specially formulated for outdoor signage, this extends the life of the sign and increases quality.
- A clear laminate is applied to add longevity and protect the sign.
- The application of the printed vinyl to the metal takes care and expertise, Chris is extremely careful in every step of this application.
- Registration dots enable the CNC Router to coordinate with the computer software and ensure an exact cut.
- After a final inspection, the custom sign is ready for delivery and mounting.