Laser cutting technology is a relatively recent development. Signs and decorations can be cut to a remarkable accuracy and complexity if needed. What is seen on a graphics program is what will be produced as a sign. Different colors and materials can readily be used. Laser cut signs companies in Sunshine Coast, Queensland, can produce these high-quality signs.
Laser Cut Signs have the means to cut into a variety of different materials. These include:
- Stainless Steels
- Galvanized Steel
- Mild Steels
- Zincanneal (steel coated in zinc)
- MDF – Medium Density Fiberboard
- “Weathertex” products
Polycarbonates are available for signage. In 1.0mm, 1.5mm and 2.0mm thicknesses
Laser cut signs companies will look at any material provided by a potential customer. Steels should be clean and rust free. There should be a 10mm border around each piece of material. The cutting times will depend upon, the type of material, the thickness, size, profile and quantity.
The design process is a very important part of creating a good sign. If the laser cut signage is to be any good then the initial design work has to be excellent. The company producing laser cut signs, Laserworx Australia, will help any individual or company to “work up” an initial idea and suggest possibilities and alternatives for the design. Alternatively, Laserworks can put you in touch with sign writers, who are very familiar with this style of work. Once the final design is agreed, it can be drawn upon a suitable graphics computer program and then transferred to the laser cutting machine. These are ideal also for pattern making. If you want your sign to have an ornate pattern that is repeated perfectly or a lattice pattern, then once set up, the laser cutter will repeat this perfectly. Sample cuts and tests can easily be provided to make sure your requirements are met.
If you are setting up a chain of cafes, or food outlets then a “high order” sign on the street front fascias would be essential. A laser cut sign would be ideal for this. Effective colorful combinations of different materials could be set up to give the maximum impact.
Also, fishermen are thankful for the widespread introduction of laser cut “lure bibs”. Laserworx is now one of the biggest producers of “lure bibs” in Australia.
Once cut and ready, the signs can be delivered across Queensland from the Sunshine coast. Laserworx has contracts with road freight, rail freight, and Australia Post. For packages under 3kgs, overnight bags and express deliveries can be organized. Under 20Kg, boxed signs can be delivered by “Fastways” a Queensland based delivery company. Contract rates can be arranged for trucking companies or Queensland rail to deliver very large items. Whatever the delivery problem may be, there is always an available solution.
This starts with a detailed sketched fully dimensioned of the part or parts that need to be produced.
All colors, finish (if stainless steel), type of material, along with the thickness and grade need to be specified.
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Tel: 1800 555 911