Dimensional Letters and Contour Cut Signs in the San Francisco Bay Area
Have you ever seen a graphic or logo printed somewhere and wondered how it was created? The process is referred to as many names including die-cut, contour cut, routing or CNC. Our top-of -the-line ESKO Konesburg CNC machine has vast capabilities allowing us to contour cut a variety of materials up to one inch thick. These materials include wood, acrylic, aluminum, corrugated cardboard, Foamboard, PVC and countless other substrates.
What Exactly Is Contour Cut?
Typically, when signs and prints are requested, they’re formatted in a rectangular or square shape. During the pre-press process, a cut line can be created allowing us to cut your print into almost any shape you want.
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CNC Contour Cutters are truly remarkable machines with endless options to create unique and customized signage. Contour cutting is frequently used for:
- Point-of-Purchase Displays
- Customized Shapes of any Size
- 3D Dimensional Lettering
- Contour Cut Signs and Decals
- Directional Signage
- And even furniture!
The designs you can create with contour cut signage are limitless, allowing you to get creative with your branding needs!
Our studio can also direct print on a variety of materials, which can then be contour cut to your specifications. Whether you want the simplicity of vinyl, flexibility of foamboard, durability of aluminum compostite (ACM) or the look of acrylic, Speedpro can consult with you in selecting the best option for your business needs.
Connect With SpeedPro Marin Today
If you’re looking to update your graphics and custom signage, contact us today! SpeedPro Imaging Marin will work directly with you to discuss your branding and signage requirements. Our studio serves businesses and organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area including, Marin, Berkeley, Emeryville and Sausalito and Petaluma. Stop in or call to schedule a consultation to review your next creative project that requires contour cut graphics.