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Everywhere you go, directional signs like this can be found at strategic locations.
Special directories like this are made-from-scratch, exactly to the church's specifications.
Inside the conference room, custom colored PVC lettering adorns the far wall.
Large directional sign, made with multi-dimensional aluminum, PVC and metal standoffs.
Screenshot of the design phase...
And here's the printed and routed output.
On-site assembly of exterior directional signs.
Fully assembled exterior directional signs.
Surprise! It's reflective.
The children's check-in center, with installed airplanes with tail banners.
Their kids ministry wanted airplanes. So we made airplanes...
Custom printed and routed PVC panel, with metal standoffs.
Side angled view of the panel.
Our router table cut through a literal mile of PVC
Each letter received a generous amount of mounting tape. Buy, our fingers sure were tired...
Close-up view of the dimensional lettering. PVC is such a versatile and dynamic material to work with.
Large-scale dimensional cut lettering.
Yep. More dimensional lettering.
Hidden stand-offs make these PVC graphics 'fly'.
In-progress install of dimensional lettering in the Mercy Gate Church lobby.
Applying frosted vinyl to interior doors
Extra-wide transfer tape is used to position and adhere cut vinyl to surfaces.
Once the transfer tape is position and adhered to the surface, the vinyl's adhesive backing takes over, allowing for clean removal of the transfer.
The finished door glass...
The same frosted vinyl and install technique is used throughout the campus for the numerous offices, conference rooms and doors.
A look from inside one of the conference rooms.
Often used for privacy, the church wanted their frosted vinyl to serve as a decorative decal instead.
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