Tuesday, April 10th, 2012 - 4:42 pm

Custom Sign Design

The School of Technology will soon dedicate two new Mechatronics Engineering Technology labs. We really wanted to showcase the equipment in the labs so we had glass entrance doors installed instead of the typical solid wood doors. While this did “open up” the labs to students and visitors walking past and does show off the equipment inside the labs it limited the type of signage that could be used on the doors.

Luckily, Signazon.com offers a great type of adhesive lettering that looks exactly like etched glass. Signazon.com is an e-commerce custom sign company that is based out of Dallas, TX and Boston, MA, that specializes in high-quality, full-color digital printing. They use the latest technology to manufacture a wide variety of completely-customized sign products in just 1-2 days. Placing the order was easy with our contact’s guidance.

The etched glass decals arrived very fast. The shipment even included a free squeegee to assist in the installation. We are very happy with the quality of the product and the service provided by Signazon.com.

Entrance to the new Mechatronics Engineering Technology lab
Entrance to the new Mechatronics Engineering Technology lab

For more information on the products available visit their website at:


http://www.signazon.com/



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