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Arched sign brackets needed

Discussion in 'Installation Equipment & Techniques' started by TeamOutlaw, Feb 6, 2014.

  1. TeamOutlaw

    TeamOutlaw Member

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    I am looking for a vendor / supplier / brand to search that makes a bracket that would allow me to 'project' a sign panel out from a wall in an 'arched' look. Customer doesn't want the sign to be flat against the wall, but also doesn't want it projecting out 90* from the wall either. So, I thought a nice arched panel would be great.

    I know they are out there...I just can't seem to locate a supplier.

    I've attached a real rough rendering of what I am envisioning for a couple possible solutions. But, anything similar is fair game. Thanks.
    Arched Panel Brackets.jpg
     
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  2. Mosh

    Mosh Major Contributor

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    I make my own like that on our metal brake. Check a local welding or metal fab shop. Simple to make, never seen a supplier for them is the reason I make mine. Looks better when you put a top and bottom on the sign too.
     
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    shoresigns Very Active Member

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    SignManiac Major Contributor

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    Here's a variation I came up with. Used scrap MDF and cut the wall piece on a curve. Back edge can be stud mounted to wall. Front of sign face is screwed to the MDF with screw caps. This example is a single one but you could use two if you need more stiffness.
     

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  5. TeamOutlaw

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    I like it! Simple yet effective. Thanks!

    If anyone else has ideas...toss 'em out.
     
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