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Aluminum Point of Purchase Signage Point of purchase signage needs to grab and hold the attention of shoppers. It can be tempting to throw everything you have into the design with the thought that more is better. However, this can lead to over-stimulation and confusion for the prospective buyer. ...
Guest Blogger This article is part of a series of articles from my co-workers on their favorite nameplates. Seth Jacobson, our guest blogger this week, chose an aluminum nameplate which was designed to grab attention for a consumer product's point of purchase display.
Guest Blogger This article is part of a series of articles from my co-workers on their favorite nameplates. Sharon Olson, our guest blogger this week, selected to look back on one of the first projects using NECODome process, which provides a cost effective option for a die cast look.  Unique ...
Guest Blogger This article is part of a series of articles from my co-workers on their favorite nameplates. Sonya Stone, our guest blogger this week, chose an aluminum part which brings back childhood memories.  This part does grab attention and enhances the well-known brand with crisp detail and ...
Our guest post this week comes from Jerry Chenoweth, Regional Sales Manager. His experience working with the product development manager and engineers on this project gave him a new perspective on the car battery industry and the complexity of the product specification.
Digital Label Printing Digital label printing offers advantages over traditional printing for point of purchase (POP) signs, minimizing costs and timing.  The four main advantages in digital label printing are: 
Coca-Cola Sign The Coca-Cola sign is an example of using traditional nameplate processes in a unique way.  It is a very large nameplate.  The logo is embossed and diamond cut creating crisp graphics with a reflective surface.  Northern Engraving manufactured the aluminum signs in two versions, grey ...
Antiqued Brass Nameplate This aluminum nameplate is printed to simulate an antiqued brass nameplate.  A printed texture is used to add dimension to the background pattern.  The Bushnell logo is embossed with a brushed brass finish.
Pierced openings in aluminum and stainless steel nameplates, labels and dials typically serve a functional purpose.  The pierced holes are often round and used for attachment purposes.  Pierced holes are used for riveting or the centerpost of a gauge.  What happens when you think beyond the typical ...

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