When comparing 3D printed signs to traditional fabricated signs, the traditional manufacturing of 3D letters is both more time consuming and restrictive in terms of the geometry and typefaces used.
For example, when fabricating 3D letters, the face of the letters are typically made of an acrylic sheet that has been cut to shape by either a CNC router or laser cutter, while the sides of the letter require manual metal forming to fit the shape of the letter face.
Now with 3D printing, it is possible for both the front and sides to be printed at the same time and in different colours. With various materials to choose from, these 3D printed signs are also suitable for both long term internal and external use.
In addition to the benefit of being able to produce more custom and complex signs, the reduced labour and material costs involved means that these signs can also be produced and sold at a significantly reduced cost, giving you both quality and affordability.
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