Category Archives: die cut signs

Paint Templates Computer CNC Cut

Here’s an interesting job done with our CNC router, templates used for spray painting a logo. When you need a single die-cut piece of plastic, this is the way to do it. These are CNC routed out of 1/8″ Sintra, … Continue reading

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Promotional Cutouts

We did two fun cutout jobs last week. The first was a big hypodermic needle telling people to get their flu shot. To my way of thinking, this is a real attention getter! It’s surprising how often we print a … Continue reading

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Die Cut Door Signs

Here are door signs we did recently for Clarks Trading Post in Lincoln, NH. I thought it was a great idea to put branding where the windows would have gone on the doors. It makes it a bit of a … Continue reading

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Die Cut Plastic Shapes

Here’s a computer cut shape job we did recently for a company in Florida. The pieces were small, about a foot square, but our cutting table did a really nice job on them! When doing cut shapes of this nature, you … Continue reading

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Podium Signs

When you are doing a conference or meeting, the venue will give you a podium, but you are usually on your own for putting your logo on it. This photo shows a podium sign we made recently for a meeting … Continue reading

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Product Cutouts

Mostly, we do cutouts of people for events and parties. But not always people! Here’s one of a Triplett meter product that they used recently at a trade show. It seems that the meters are fairly small, and they wanted people to … Continue reading

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