How to Make a Plexiglass Sign - white polycarbonate sheet
Plexiglass is a lightweight acrylic transparent polycarbonate sheet used to build some vinyl signs.
The organic glass is durable, 20 times stronger than the glass, and can be used for lighting
As an alternative to a glass panel or as a box type logo for a separate substrate.
Because it is easy to make a logo using plexiglass, simple tools will help you to complete the process at any time.
Remove the protective cover from the acrylic sheet.
Place the plexiglass on a large table or work table.
Measure the plexiglass sheet horizontally and vertically.
Mark the guide with an oil pencil.
Cutting material for two signs.
Keep an edge flush with the table.
Laying metal straight edges on pre-
The cutting line of the measurement.
Use Carpenter Square or T-
Square, line alignment.
Use two to four large C-clip the organic glass on the tableclamps.
Score with a box knife or other heavy knife.
Repeat the score until you become a memberthird to one-
Quarterly by means of materials.
Remove the plexiglass from the table.
Place the plexiglass in flush with the edge of the table with the engraved line, and the extra part is hung on the edge of the table.
Reposition the fixture and tighten it.
Capture waste by pushing down the plexiglass.
Do not use excessive force.
If the plexiglass is not easy to fall off, rate and repeat again.
Any rough edge area should be lightly polished.
Don't get your sign dirty.
Create or purchase vinyl graphics and text for your logo.
If the logo of the light box is made, only translucent vinyl film is used.
If you are making your own vinyl graphics, use 30-
Corner cutter blade.
Keep in mind that the plexiglass is transparent, so in most cases the text and graphics will be visible through the back unless you use a primer or lay opaque vinyl on the sign.
Make two exact logo faces for the logo, because even if you arrange the letters exactly, the shadows behind the letters can cause readability problems. Apply an image-
Graphics are required only when background transparency is required.
Apply vinyl graphics only on one side and make sure that the logo is the same no matter which side is facing the audience.
Remove any initial grease pencil thread with alcohol and lintfree cloth.
Clean the entire logo with rubbing alcohol to remove dirt.
Allow dry air.
Clip the cut organic glass on the table.
Measure area with grease pencil and develop new guidelines.
Arrange your vinyl graphics on the plexiglass.
Fix the vinyl graphic on the plexiglass with the masking tape that creates the hinge.
Apply masking tape on the entire length of the drawing.
Flip the vinyl graphic up to make the white backing face to you.
Remove the backing paper. Hold the non-
Stick the edges of the graphics with one hand.
Don't let vinyl graphics stick to the sign.
Seal the graphic edge with a finger or sign, just below the tape line.
Turn your travel angle into 45 degrees.
Slowly attach the vinyl decals to the plexiglass logo substrate.
Move the scraper on the drawing with horizontal and vertical strokes.
Clear any trapped bubbles with the corners of the scraper.
Pop up stubborn bubbles with pins, and then release the trapped air smoothly.
Start at any edge and peel off slowly
Mask tape, keep pre-
As close as possible to the mask of the drawing.
Don't pull up or in pre-
Masks or decals can be released from the surface of plexiglass.
Remove any grease pencil marks with alcohol to clean the logo.
Place in the bracket of your choice.