Floodlights are used for uniform illumination of a large Business Sign area. Light types are mercury, quartz-iodine, halogen- reflector, fluorescent, and– in some instances– also incandescent light. Both spotlights and floodlights must be adequately shielded from the eyes of the viewer, providing that they can also be protected from vandalism.
This generally means putting the light sources up and out of reach, carefully shielding them against unwanted spill, and selecting a type of illumination that will not adversely affect the sign colors. Floodlighting can also be placed in ground trenches covered with a vandal-proof wire cage, but special care must be taken to properly shield the lamps from weather and ensure adequate drainage.
Business Sign Back lighting.
Silhouetting a Lighted Business sign can be done in several ways. Neon tubes, set into the back of an individual letter or sign, usually of fabricated sheet metal, will produce a glowing, repetitive outline of the letter or halo effect. Reflecting light off a wall, with the letter font or sign extending away from it, will create another silhouetting effect.
The spill from existing light sources may offer sufficient illumination to make a sign legible. Designers planning to rely on this method for illuminating their signs should study carefully the matter of color contrast.
VARIETY IN BUSINESS SIGN FABRICATION
The total number of basic materials used to fabricate all numbers and letters is only six: plastic, metal, wood, glass, concrete, and stone. There are many possible combinations of materials, many available techniques for utilizing these materials, and many ways to illuminate and install the finished letter or sign.
Each letter in the alphabet scan represent a different letter style. Designed or selected to demonstrate the materials and techniques that can enhance the special characteristics of the letter style. The elegance and delicacy of script is reminiscent of fine, hand-engraved letters in gold or silver.
The modern technique of Graphic Blast, combined with modern plastic material, results in a precisely finished and durable letter, which would be nearly impossible to achieve using more traditional methods. Another example inquires a similar precision.
It would be nearly impossible to achieve such perfect line work by hand. some can not deny that hand work is still necessary when involved in all these sample letters and numbers The technique when properly used can speed up the fabrication process, reduce costs by saving time.
Neon tubes, set into the back of an individual letter or sign, usually of fabricated sheet metal, will produce a glowing, repetitive outline of the letter or halo effect. Reflecting light off a wall, with the letter font or sign extending away from it, will create another silhouetting effect.
There are many possible combinations of materials, many available techniques for utilizing these materials, and many ways to illuminate and install the finished letter or sign. Each letter in the alphabet scan represent a different letter style. The modern technique of Graphic Blast, combined with modern plastic material, results in a precisely finished and durable letter, which would be nearly impossible to achieve using more traditional methods.
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