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    I have always had a sign mounted to the outside of my work shop but I have never tried to become a business. I have sold a few items but most of what I make I give to family and friends. The first picture (the black sign) was hung outside my first shop. The address sign is mounted at the foot of my drive way where I live now and the big sign is mounted on the outer wall of my new shop. Since I made my address sign I've noticed you can see the sign very clear from quite a distence back down the main road and I have been very tempted to make one for each of my neighbors and give it to them.
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    Those are some very nice signs! Interesting fonts. What did you finish them with?

    I have made a few signs, this was my first. Our Churches' pre school asked me to make one for them. (2015) It was free hand routed and a lot of fun to make. It has been hanging outside since then, I sanded the surface about a year ago and put on a fresh coat of spar varnish.
    If I were to do it as a business I would consider a CNC router but for an occasional sign free handing is a lot of fun.

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    Last edited by Rolf; 06-09-2023, 07:34 AM.
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    • #3
      I have not made signs. Yours looks very well done.
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