Category Archives: die cut signs

Cut Out Plastic Shapes

This was a new one on me, but we were happy to help! Our customer needed a logo cut from plastic to use when they poured a rubber floor in an athletic facility. The rubber would be poured around the … Continue reading

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Computer Cut Shapes with a Difference

Usually when we computer cut a  shape, it’s a cartoon character, the outline of a product, or cut letters. This job was different, and I thought it would be interesting to share. Our customer wanted a sign that would fit … Continue reading

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Cutouts of cartoon characters

We’re not really sure what these cutouts of cartoon characters are all about, but the job itself is pretty interesting. We printed the cartoon character cutouts for FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency. They help people recover from natural disasters. … Continue reading

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Cutout Signs Impress!

Here’s a really nice piece of work from our new CNC router. It’s a customer logo printed on 1/4″ sintra and computer cut. What a great presentation it makes, and so much snazzier than a rectangular piece. We are keeping … Continue reading

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Stanchion Signs that Knock You Out!

Here’s a creative way to make a more noticeable stanchion sign! Our customer designed a “Top Hat” that would extend beyond the top of a standard stanchion sign holder, and it’s striking! Another customer of ours tested signs that were … Continue reading

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CNC Routed Signs

The industry tends to call these die cut letters, but they are really cut from sintra sheets with a CNC (Computer Numerical Control) router. We print on the sintra with our flatbed UV curable printer, and then cut the sintra … Continue reading

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