Our solar powered lighting system installed on one of our sign boards for Ray White Real Estate. The batteries charge during the day via solar cells, and automatically switch on the lights at night. No wires or mains power required! Makes installation a breeze. #signage #sign #signboard #solar #realestate #realestatesigns #raywhite #signmaker #signdesign #signage #signagedesign #australianrealestate #realestateaustralia #realestateau
Here is a video of our in house CNC machine cutting out some coconut trees for a cafe installation. The material is 16mm MDF which is then sent off for 2 pack spraying. The graphics and material was supplied by the customer, and was picked up 2 days later. If you need CNC routing done you may contact us at email@example.com
3D Sign Solutions were appointed as signage contractors by Simbuilt for the supply and installation of internal signage at Monash Uni, Blackburn Rd in Clayton.
We took measurements of the original design that was already installed on other floors and replicated it in Adobe Illustrator.
Installing a custom decorative window graphic cut such as this swirl design requires the right tools and experience. We only use high quality frosted film to pre-cut any logo or shape for your commercial fit outs. We work closely with our client builders and architects to ensure that our signage not only achieves a high standard but also meets building regulations for privacy.
We're offering a free consultation for all your commercial privacy film requirements. Give us a call on 0416 169 654 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your requirements.
Simbuilt selected 3D Sign Solutions for the new office fitout of the Bureau Of Meteorology (BOM) now located in South Melbourne.
The Signage components of the project included supply and installation of all the meeting room names & number on aluminium plates, privacy film and window glass graphics to create a more inviting workplace.
A few considerations before installing graphics
Permission / Copyright
Most images (if not all) from the internet are subject to Copyright and there are strict penalties for using such images without permission so make sure to obtain permission and/or pay for usage of any images you choose. There are many photo platforms you can buy images from such as iStock Photos, Shutterstock or GettyImages.
Resolution Resolution Resolution
Think image quality. If the image comes from a camera, make sure the quality is adequate for the size of the final print. Generally, if you bought the image from any of the image sites listed above, the quality is fine for large prints.
But if your original artwork is small, it will need to be enlarged to it's final size and this is where the quality diminishes as you will see the pixels. See our Artwork Specs Page for more details.
Do you have an image or photo you would like to use for your office space? Give us a call on 0416 169 654 or send us an email with your concept at email@example.com for a free quote.
NOTE: Images are copyrighted. Purchased in iStock Photo.
3D Sign Solutions was engaged by Plan A Commercial Interiors and Fitouts to produce and install a wide format digital printing of an abstract image for MMJ Real Estate in Melbourne.
Large format print is our expertise. We always use high tech materials and processes for digitally printed images to render full colour graphics on vinyl film, which last for years. We offer a number of large format printing service options for your business, whether for indoor or outdoor use:
Wide Format Printing Services & Applications
Depending on the type of signage application and budget, there are a large number of substrates you can use to mount your large print on. Here are the most popular materials that we use for our customers:
Banners are useful for all kinds of events as they're very durable, whether displayed indoors or outdoors. 3D Sign Solutions recently produced a 5m long banner for one of the My Kitchen Rules episodes. The banner was a massive image of the MCG inside the stadium at sunset.
Your large format graphic can be directly installed onto the walls of your office. We recommend using a high tack vinyl with an over laminate to increase the durability of your graphics. It's also important to note the type of paint to use so that your graphic doesn't peel off overtime. The type of paint we recommend is satin or gloss. These paints sit flat and give a good area to bond too. It's essential to let the paints outgass to the manufacturer's specs. Alternatively, we would suggest the Viponds prep coat be applied after any wall colour as this give the appropriate surface for standard glues to adhere to. Matt paints aren't generally flat and have twice the surface area because of peaks and troughs in the paint.
Graphics and large photographs can be printed on a transparent adhesive film or a more opaque film such as frosted window, which offers a decorative element to a boardroom or meeting room. The graphic can be viewed from both sides of the glass while providing privacy and letting the light come through the glass doors and windows.
There are many more materials to choose from and many other applications. Have a chat to us if you require to print a large image for your office space. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a quotation.
After the success of their first Ute signage and the extra leads generated, Country Steel Sales decided to install vehicle on another Ute.
Every vehicle is an opportunity to get your message out there to your potential customers. If your customers are local to your area, vehicle signage is a very efficient way of promoting your business, generate more sales and word of mouth by just driving around or parking your vehicle in targeted areas.
Feel free to get in touch with us with your requirements Tel: 0403679431 or email@example.com for a free quote.
Another van signage installed for this Melbourne Bayside business, White Home Improvements (http://whitehomeimprovements.com.au/).
More and more small businesses are using their vehicle to attract local prospects and generate new leads in their operating area. Like having a website,
Here are a few tips from us on how to maximise your vehicle advertising while on a tight budget:
Before you start:
Check that the decal sticks to the transfer tape (see picture), not the waxy backing paper. If it doesn’t, place the decal (clear side up) on a smooth flat surface such as a table. Take a credit card and rub firmly across the entire decal. Start from the center and work out to the edges.
Step 1: Prepare the surface
Clean the surface thoroughly with alcohol or water and dry thoroughly. Don’t use Windex or similar as it will leave residue on the glass and prevent the sticker from adhering properly.
Step 2: Position the decal
Place the sticker on the desired area, level and center it. Use masking tape or scotch tape as a hinge to secure the decal (either at the top, bottom or either side).
Step 3: Peel off and remove the backing paper.
The decal will stick onto the transfer tape. If it doesn’t, place the decal back onto the backing paper and rub it in place firmly with a credit card. Peel off again carefully.
Completely remove the backing paper off.
Step 4: apply the sticker directly onto the surface
Rub the decal with a credit card or equivalent.
Step 5: Carefully peel away the transfer tape.
Start pulling from any corner at a tight angle across the vinyl decal. Be careful not to pull the sticker off the surface. If that happens, gently press the decal down onto the surface using your fingers or use the transfer tape and rub with the credit card as in Step 4.
Another great looking sign installed today on Bourke st for Go Markets' new offices.
We first installed a vinyl template on the wall (DPF4000) to later glue the letters on top. To Make sure the glue sticks on the wall and not just on the vinyl, the inside of each letter was weeded out.
The black lettering was laser cut from 20mm black acrylic and mounted on the wall using glue.
The green logo was the biggest "piece de résistance". First we had to design it and make it as 3D. Then each piece was spray painted individually with a different shade of green. The installation was a bit tricky. The challenge was to keep all the pieces together. We used small pins at the back and also applied silicon and glue. Mission accomplished!
Having already designed and installed window graphics for Experian in the past, 3D Sign Solutions was engaged through Simbuilt for this installation.
We printed the design on Utopia SV84 frosted film, which is a type of frosting film that can be used for printing.