A bit of a fixing problem
After more than 9 months (yes you read correctly) of designs, revisions, re-designs, and so on, including 3 name changes, my most awkward customer EVER has finally (fingers crossed) settled on a design for his new restaurant.
The problem is this…
This guy is a tad fussy (you may have guessed already) and as he was looking through my Perspex swatches he picked out the exact colour he wants his new flat cut lettering. Nothing wrong with that as such, but it’s a transparent orange.
How the hell do I fix these letters to the sign board?
Conventional locators would be visible through the letters, and look a right old mess. Is there some method or fixing specifically designed for jobs like this? Or is it a case of back to the drawing board (again).
I thought about fixing all lettering to a sheet of clear, and then mounting this with those nice stainless or chrome bolts, but he doesn’t want that, just the letters ‘floating’ in front of the backboard.
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