New and useful applications for our large format CNC router are going through our doors daily. Today we finished the final touches on a sign for Metal Mulisha with a print on our hp designjet printer then mounted it to some gator board and cut it out to shape with our CNC router. The whole things completed looks so much more dynamic and eye popping than a generic sign printed and left in a standard rectangular shape. We are always happy to help companies and clients of ours with new and innovative solutions to their marketing and advertising needs with all of their large format prints.
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Due to the success of our tables we showcased at the Sea No Evil Art Show for the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society we have been working nonstop on a whole new series of wooden tables custom made here at our warehouse. Thanks to our CNC Router we are able to cut any shape we want quickly and precisely out of our FCC certified wood we use. This latest table is a perfect example of the intricacy of cuts we can do. We have not printed on this one yet so here are some pics of the raw materials we have so far.
Derric, the owner of Monster Media Inc, comes into the office a few weeks back saying “I got an idea!” which usually just means he thought up his “project of the week” and wants me, the designer, to get right on it. However, this time his idea was a little different than the normal “design” job he normally concocts up. Derric had this crazy notion that we could make custom cut furniture using just a 4′x8′ piece of wood and our large format CNC router. The crazy thing is that as of today that idea has actually come to fruition. With the help of Chris Aultman, the pilot from Animal Planet’s Whale Wars (I know, random right?) and my adobe illustrator skills we were able to cut out a simple 2-D shape design that when put together actually creates a 3-D piece of furniture. The piece isn’t done yet so this is a work in progress. We are still deciding on the final configuration and we of course plan on printing on it with our digital flatbed printer so stay tuned for more on this adventure.
After seeing the samples we sent to them a little while ago the people at Hangar 24 Craft Brewery couldn’t wait to get their order in for their signs. We ended up printing three different sizes on the digital flatbed printer and cut them all out on our larger format CNC router. The result was a lot of wood piling up in our warehouse, all digitally printed on with the Hangar 24 Craft Brewery Orange Wheat artwork. This job was really fun to see getting finished so I grabbed a few of the completed pieces while they were still cutting the rest and snapped some photos to share.
A recent popular request from a number of our clients have been custom stencils cut out of a few miscellaneous materials we offer. One of the most recent instances of this new fad came from one of our newest clients, FUEL TV. We cut the material out of some of our thin expanded pvc and the finished stencils looked great.