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Phill Fenton

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Post Fri Mar 01, 2019 4:04 pm

FENTON - some of our recent 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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David Hammond

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Post Fri Mar 01, 2019 4:47 pm

Re: Fenton - some of our recent 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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Colin Bland

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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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Phill Fenton

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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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