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Sign Routing Services

Looking for a durable and eye-catching way to display your business or organization’s name and logo? Routed signs might be just what you need. These signs are created by cutting letters and shapes out of a solid piece of material, such as wood, plastic, or metal, using a special routing machine. The result is a clean and precise look that can be painted or coated in a variety of colors and finishes. Routed signs are often used for exterior signage, such as storefronts or directional signs, but they can also make a bold statement indoors, such as in lobbies or conference rooms. With their durability and versatility, routed signs are a smart choice for any business or organization looking to make a lasting impression.

Below we have listed the most frequently asked questions that we receive about routed signage.

Routed signage is different from other types of signage because it creates a raised or recessed effect on the surface of the sign, giving it a unique and distinctive appearance.

The benefits of using routed signage include durability, versatility, and customization options. Routed signage is also weather-resistant and can be used indoors or outdoors.

Common materials used for routed signage include wood, PVC, HDU (high-density urethane), and metal.

The process for creating routed signage involves creating a design, transferring the design to the material, and then using a router or other cutting tool to cut out the design. The sign is then sanded, painted or finished, and assembled if necessary.

The cost of routed signage varies depending on the size, material, design complexity, and other factors. Prices can range from a few hundred dollars to several thousand dollars for larger or more intricate signs.

Businesses and organizations that commonly use routed signage include restaurants, retail stores, offices, schools, churches, and other organizations that want to create a unique and eye-catching sign.

When choosing routed signage, consider your budget, the desired size and style of the sign, the materials and design options available, and the environment where the sign will be displayed. You may also want to consult with a professional sign maker or designer to help you create a sign that meets your needs and reflects your brand identity.

A CNC router is computer-controlled and can make precise cuts and shapes, while a traditional router is operated by hand and relies on the user’s skill and experience.

Routed signage can be made from a wide variety of materials, including wood, PVC, HDU foam, acrylic, and aluminum.

The production time for a routed sign can vary depending on the size, complexity, and quantity of signs ordered. However, most signs can be produced within a week to 10 days.

Yes, routed signage can be illuminated using a variety of methods, including backlighting, edge lighting, and front lighting.

The lifespan of a routed sign can vary depending on the materials used and the environment in which it is installed. However, most routed signs can last for several years with proper maintenance.

Yes, routed signage can be used for outdoor applications, but it is important to choose materials that are durable and weather-resistant.

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