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    Posted by Andrew Blackett on September 19, 2002 at 6:29 pm

    Just completed today, using one of Dave’s aframes:

    Oracal 651 series black (#070) and purple (#404) onto foamalux ultra 5mm foam board (High gloss, from Wiliaam Cox plastics)

    Dog was scanned and digitised from my clients compliments slip and wording is as per her instructions but she left the layout and font up to me, nice to get someone who trusts her signmaker completly 😎

    ANDY


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  • eddie cotter

    Member
    September 19, 2002 at 8:08 pm

    very nice andy, i like the frame, are they available in different sizes,
    are they dear, who sells em, (?) eddie

  • Mike Brown

    Member
    September 19, 2002 at 8:45 pm

    Nice one Andy 😉 – sweet as a nut!

    (more about the A-frame too please)

    more soon

  • Andrew Blackett

    Member
    September 19, 2002 at 9:19 pm

    well, I only found these because of lorraine, so thanks to her 😉

    The fellas name is Dave and his details are here:

    Street Signs & Display
    Weir Street Light Engineering
    Weir Street
    Blackburn
    Lancs
    BB2 2AN

    Telephone: 01254 260124
    Mobile: 07966 365583

    Though you’ve got no chance getting hold of him on the landline so just ring him on the mobile.

    From lorraines post:

    quote :

    they do 4 sizes i think, I use the 30 x 20″ and 24 x 36″
    Panel size 30″ x 20″ (frame 34″ x 24″) £30.00+vat
    Panel size 36″ x 24″ (frame 40″ x 28″) £34.00+vat
    Panel size 48″ x 32″ (frame 52″ x 36″) £45.00+vat
    and a panel size 48″ x 19″ £38.00+vat

    they come in white and black powder coated as standard, but also you can get red, blue, green, yellow and other colours to order but at a price!.

    The price is just for the metal work, you cut the foam board or backing yourself and just stick to the frame using the supplied D.S. tape.

    ANDY

  • Martin Pearson

    Member
    September 20, 2002 at 5:01 pm

    The customer having now seen them will never trust a signmaker again !!!!!!

    Seriously though, nice work Andy, simple but effective.