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Chemetal over Acrylic plaques

Discussion in 'General Signmaking Topics' started by Pinfinity, Sep 25, 2010.

  1. Pinfinity

    Pinfinity Active Member

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    I am currently quoting a job consisting of interior two layer name plates and directories. These name plates will be applied to glass. First layer is green edge clear acrylic fastened to the base layer with polished aluminum standoffs. The base layer would be 1/4" acrylic with a chemetal finish like brushed aluminum or some other type of custom background finish.

    Can anyone help me with a source of producing these plaques, its not going to be a huge quantity, maybe 20-30, but I'm really trying to produce a custom look for this office. Size of base plaque is 3" x 9", clear acrylic first surface nameplate is 2" x 8".

    Appreciate any help.
     
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