How to install heavy 3D sign on a shop front

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How to install heavy 3D sign? We used CNC Router to create a 3D sign for Pagla restaurant shop sign in Carlton Melbourne. This acrylic sign or 3D letter sign was cut out from 20 mm acrylic sheet in one piece. It means the sign is very heavy. To solve this problem we designed back pins for more stability. For installation we needed a template for these pins. This template has the whole map of the back pins of the sign and may create from a cheap material like 3 mm MDF, a second hand AC Panel, vinyl or even a piece of paper. The most important thing is back pin positions should match the template. The rest is easy. We put the template on shop front, drilled the holes and installed our heavy sign with pins and glue as a business sign for Pagla restaurant in Carlton.

Window signs

We cut gold Avery vinyl in reverse to apply Pagla’s window sign from inside. You may use any coloured vinyl with clear or transparent adhesive for this type of jobs. When you need to apply vinyl from inside as a window decal, window graphics or cut out letters, be sure the window is not tinted otherwise your colour and artwork looks different.

Sign and Fitouts is a signage company in Melbourne. Sign writing services, custom signs, 3D lettering and installation is our mission to bring quality signage for all businesses in Melbourne.

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