Today, image is everything. When someone enters your military facility, what is the image your Division presents? In addition to any exterior signage you have in place, also consider interior sign displays to show that you mean business!
Base Identity Signage | Greeting Area | Vessel Emblem Plaque
Conference Room Display | Base Traffic Markers
Building and Department Identifiers
By combining an endless material selection with the latest in all fabrication methods, we are able to offer cutting edge military emblem shields and displays that are guaranteed to get you complements.
Sandblasting, cnc routing, hand-carving - all under one roof.
The finest production styles for both interior and exterior displays.
The example below is just one of many production styles we offer, others include 3D modeling, sandblasted, v-groove and straight channel cut routing, and hand carving.
STEP ONE: YOUR SUPPLIED ROUGH SKETCH WITH CONTENT >
Be sure to include ALL content you wish incorporated in your design. Indicate any logo or picture elements as well. Indicate any color combinations or font styles as well. The more input you provide the better we may serve you. Your personal Designer will bring attention to any potential issues and resolve them up front top make the sign design process both fun and painless!
Here is an example of a scan we received from an embroidered military patch.
STEP TWO: OUR DESIGNERS CREATE YOUR SIGN LAYOUT >
We proof your initial sign design on our Proofing Server. You will receive an email with the sign design either attached or a link embedded on the email that will take you directly to your sign project proof.
Here is what our award winning sign design team recreated from the scan.
STEP THREE: APPROVAL AND START PRODUCTION >
We will be happy to make any changes to your signage design before we start the sign fabrication process. Should you want the original sign project design files (common for commercial printing, silk-screening, web and accounting based systems, etc.) your sign artist will provide the files as a Master CD-Rom OR store all your native files on our MULTIPLEMEDIA.NET Client Server which you may access and download at any time in the future.
Here is a picture of this project completed as a sandblasted sign in high density urethane.