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Post Fri Mar 01, 2019 4:04 pm

Phill Fenton: Some photos of our recent sign work.

A varied selection of some jobs carried out over the last year
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Folded pans manufactured in house and coloured grey by flood coating with vinyl. Raised lettering made in house using home made CNC machine
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M Sport style Graphics - laid out by hand and cut in situ using knifeless tape
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Full wrap (the pickup was silver) with cut vinyl and print and cut vinyls overlaid
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Folded pan with raised lettering cut out on our home made CNC machine - yes it really does work
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Folded pan sign made from aluminium composite grooved using a steeltrack and folded
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The counter and units were all wrapped to refresh the fixings in a shop
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Vans - Part wrapped on the rear with cut vinyl lettering on the sides
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Post Fri Mar 01, 2019 4:47 pm

P. Fenton: Some photos of our recent sign work.

A nice mixture Phill :claps:

What did you use to wrap the counter and tops?

Looking to do my kitchen at home as we are looking to sell and needs a little refresh.
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Post Fri Mar 01, 2019 8:34 pm

Re: Fenton - some of our recent work

Looking good Phill what material is the hanging sign on copper & penny
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Post Sat Mar 02, 2019 8:04 am

Re: Fenton - some of our recent work

Good stuff Phill, don’t know about you but I’m finding the back door only jobs are flying off the shelves.
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Post Sat Mar 02, 2019 8:11 pm

Re: Fenton - some of our recent work

Well done Phill - your still at it then !
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Post Mon Mar 04, 2019 8:41 pm

Re: FENTON - some of our recent work

David - I used architectural wrapping vinyl from Wm. Smith for the counter top, and conventional Oracal 551 series vinyl for the fronts

Colin - The hanging sign is just a flat metal plate powder coated white from ashby along with the bracket. The sign itself was printed onto vinyl, laminated then applied to both sides of the plate

Kevin - yes I have done quite a few last year - I think they're popular becasue whilst not being as expensive as a full wrap - they can still be very striking when allied to conventional vinyl graphics

Dave - I'm still at it and enjoying it :thumbsup:
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Post Tue Oct 15, 2019 9:22 pm

Re: FENTON - some of our recent work

Great work Phill and good to see you diversifying from the norm and doing the counter work!
Are you still doing the flat cut letters via the CNC router?
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Post Wed Oct 16, 2019 4:22 pm

Re: Phill Fenton: Some photos of our recent sign work.

Robert Lambie wrote:Great work Phill and good to see you diversifying from the norm and doing the counter work!
Are you still doing the flat cut letters via the CNC router?
Yup. The old CNC machine gets fired up from time to time mainly to make up flat cut lettering
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Post Wed Oct 16, 2019 7:37 pm

Re: Phill Fenton: Some photos of our recent sign work.

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Robert Lambie wrote:Great work Phill and good to see you diversifying from the norm and doing the counter work!
Are you still doing the flat cut letters via the CNC router?
Yup. The old CNC machine gets fired up from time to time mainly to make up flat cut lettering
I still think it's amazing you built that start to finish on your own and then start profiting from producing products with it. Great seeing it is still earning it's keep.

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