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Aluminum nameplates are used to boost branding efforts by a company. They can showcase a product name, a corporate logo or simply an icon. A great example of this is looking at the Ford Mustang. The horse image is easily recognizable as the iconic logo for the muscle car. 
Tight Space for Decoration? No Problem! A common back to school item that shows up on supply lists is a scientific calculator. The function and number buttons on the face of the device do not leave much room for decoration or branding. Instead of seeing this as a negative, there is room to bring ...
Metallic Inks for Nameplates and Labels Are you working on your brand identity and struggling with how to differentiate between background decoration and your graphics? You are not alone. This is a common question. A cost effective solution is to incorporate metallic inks to create contrast between ...
Metallic Inks with Domed Aluminum Nameplates Have you been looking for a way to add dimension and enhance the decoration for your aluminum nameplate? Try this. Metallic inks on aluminum nameplates use flecks of silver to reflect a metallic, sandblast finish. The finer the fleck, the more matte and ...
Combining metallic colors with authentic metal finishes, like bright or brushed aluminum, creates an increased perceived value. The ability to differentiate a nameplate design can also be achieved through the use of metallics. This cost-effective option depicts an etched appearance on aluminum, and ...
Metallic and Transparent Tints of Color on Metal Logos All of these aluminum nameplates have one thing in common, they utilize metallic inks in their design.  Although metallic silver is the most popular option when specifying metallic colors, they are also available in custom color matches.  This ...
Metallic inks, like the one featured here on the Raynor nameplate, are an attractive option in creating cost effective product branding.  Available in a variety of colors with the ability to be integrated into backgrounds or graphics, they offer visual texture.  Whether placed in contrast to ...
Sandblast Metal Effect on Nameplates The dull surface effect of a sandblast finish is an often requested surface for integration into nameplates.  The matte finish contrasts with bright aluminum creating a clean tone on tone look which coordinates with virtually any product.  Our interpretation of ...

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