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Where to get...Raised letter alum license plates?

Discussion in 'General Signmaking Topics' started by Banners Signs Etc., Jan 1, 2013.

  1. Banners Signs Etc.

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    Looking to buy in bulk same information on each
     
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  3. Banners Signs Etc.

    Banners Signs Etc. Active Member

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    Hmm, I should try prisons...I hear they work for like .20 an hour..bound to be a good deal. And after two 8 hour work days they will almost have enough for a pack of smokes..
    win win.
     
  4. OlsonSigns601

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    Both of our former governers might be able to help you out.
     
  5. petrosgraphics

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    if you can wait a little while longer the great Commonwealth of Massachusetts will

    have a few more state senate presidents to get them done for you, for a small fee.....
     
  6. SightLine

    SightLine Premium Subscriber

    You want embossed/stamped plates. There are a number of companies that make them but I have no reccomendation. Looked into it for a customer several years back. Cannot remember offhand what the costs were.
     
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  8. jfiscus

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    If aluminum is too costly, possibly a vacuum forming company could do hard plastic plates? It seems like they'd be very similar to a vacuum formed plastic sign face, just smaller.
     
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