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Hello From Long Beach

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by Sign Prophet, Jan 5, 2007.

  1. Sign Prophet

    Sign Prophet Member

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    Hey guys and gals,

    Just wanted to say hello and to say thank you for all the good information I got off this site Before I was a member. I have been in the sign business for about nine years now. I work for an Installation only company and I run my own thing in my spare time. The company I work for does absolutly zero in house fabrication,and that gets boreing. This is why I decided to run my own thing in my off time.(well thatand the extra money). Anyways I look forward to being a member to this forum.
     
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  2. Ken

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    Hey..Welcome from Beautiful BC!
    Sounds good..what are you doing in your own shop then?
    Have you figured out a way to apply tatoos to Spring break ladies?
    Could be interesting...lol...Ken
     
  3. Sign Prophet

    Sign Prophet Member

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    Mainly sign faces, vehicle graphics, foam letters, window neon, neon signs. Not a real big operation but it keeps me busy in my off time.
     
  4. Ken

    Ken Major Contributor

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    Do you make the foam letters in-house? How?
    Thanks...ken
     
  5. Robert H. Bigart

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    Hot Wire Machine

    Hi Guy

    Over 30 years ago I built a Hot Wire Machine and run it on a old model train transformer and it worked beautiful. I cut thin cardboard templets and attached the the templet to thick foam with pins and just followed the templet with hot wire.

    It only cost a couple of bucks I found the tramsformer at a flea market for $5.00

    Good Luck
    Bob Bigart
     
  6. signage

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    Hellow and welcome from PA.
     
  7. ENTDesign

    ENTDesign Very Active Member

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    Welcome
     
  8. 2NinerNiner2

    2NinerNiner2 Very Active Member

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    Bonjour de Montréal :)
     
  9. The Big Squeegee

    The Big Squeegee Major Contributor

    Welcome from Oklahoma!

    :Welcome: to :signs101:

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  10. mladams7259

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    Welcome to Signs101.com
     
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