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The easiest and fastest way to install dimensional letters

Discussion in 'Videos' started by 858Graphics, Jul 11, 2014.

  1. 858Graphics

    858Graphics www.858graphics.com

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  2. J Hill Designs

    J Hill Designs Major Contributor

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    good for non stud mount I guess
     
  3. Moze

    Moze Very Active Member

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    AKA a 'stencil pattern'. I've used stencil patterns on a few jobs, only with thinner material. Definitely a time saver.
     
  4. nikdoobs

    nikdoobs Active Member

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    I'm sure these videos are great marketing material for your company. I've been wanting to make one of those time-lapse videos of one of our jobs from design to completion and put it on the interwebs for online marketing... Just haven't gotten around to it.
     
  5. tbullo

    tbullo Superunknown

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    On interior installs like that, I use left over 8518 liner over a paper template, peel tape and stick letters to the liner. Then cover with high tack transfer tape and hang it on wall like vinyl. Tape the top and peel liner from behind letters and let float into place. The customers are amazed how fast I'm in and out, most of the time I have to explain all the steps done at the shop.
     
  6. fixtureman

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    I use dunnage cardboard for that. Cut them on my cnc
     
  7. collapseTonight

    collapseTonight New Member

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    Good idea, we typically just use a low tac vinyl.
     

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