Jump to content

Sticky Notes

Want to see more content on this site?

Register and Log In....It's FREE!!!  

 

Having Trouble?  Email us Link

 

Click the X to close this box

Kgirl Kgirl

ELECTRIC SIGN SUPPLIES

If You're Looking For Premium Electric Sign Industry Components Like Trim Cap, LED's, USHIO LED Lamps, Neon Supplies, or LED Power Supplies, Then Please Visit Our Online Store or Feel Free To Call Us For Inquiries or Placing an Order!!

Buy Now

NATIONAL SIGN & SERVICE COMPANY REVIEW LIST

For Sign Company's Who Work As Subcontractors

Before You Work For A National Sign & Service Company You Need To Look At The Reviews Of These Companies Before You Work For Them. Learn When To Expect Payment From Them and What It's Like To Work For Them, The Good, The Bad, The Ugly. Learn and Share Your Experiences Yourself For Others

You Must Be A Registered Member & A Subcontractor
Click Here

MEMBER LOCATION MAP

Looking for a fellow Sign Syndicate Company Member For A Sign Install or Maintenance Call? Locate a Supplier or Advertiser Regarding Thier Goods & Services?

Become a Member & Upgrade Your Free Membership So Others Can Locate You
Click Here
A.J.

How-To Videos on YouTube

Recommended Posts

Just thought I’d share a link to the YouTube page I set up for showing our fab department play-by-plays on how to assemble the signs I build in Corel, as well as allow a glimpse into the mad scientist’s mind.  We’ve been doing this custom construction method for years now and it has so many advantages.  Granted, the back shop team has become well-versed in this construction system and can ALMOST read my mind when figuring out what parts go where.  Once the parts are routed, cleaned and bent, sitting in a pile on the table like an Erector set designed by a meth-head, there can still be one or two head-scratchers; sometimes LOTS of moving parts.  Once COVID forced a remote-working atmosphere with just the basic fab team onsite and the rest of the office folk working at home, I was no longer available to be there to answer questions on the fly.  So I had the idea of capturing videos to explain what was going on.  Necessity is the mother and silver linings and all that… it has turned out to be immensely helpful to have this resource not only for clear fabrication instructions that can be referred to repeatedly, but also for sharing ideas and design questions when a Zoom chat wasn’t feasible.  The person could look at it later and then shoot an answer in a email or make a quick phone call.

 

Since it’s helped me so much and this site has been a great resource for sharing ideas, just thought I’d share mine!  Thanks…   

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/dezo808

 

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
On 9/27/2020 at 12:39 PM, A.J. said:

Just thought I’d share a link to the YouTube page I set up for showing our fab department play-by-plays on how to assemble the signs I build in Corel, as well as allow a glimpse into the mad scientist’s mind.  We’ve been doing this custom construction method for years now and it has so many advantages.  Granted, the back shop team has become well-versed in this construction system and can ALMOST read my mind when figuring out what parts go where.  Once the parts are routed, cleaned and bent, sitting in a pile on the table like an Erector set designed by a meth-head, there can still be one or two head-scratchers; sometimes LOTS of moving parts.  Once COVID forced a remote-working atmosphere with just the basic fab team onsite and the rest of the office folk working at home, I was no longer available to be there to answer questions on the fly.  So I had the idea of capturing videos to explain what was going on.  Necessity is the mother and silver linings and all that… it has turned out to be immensely helpful to have this resource not only for clear fabrication instructions that can be referred to repeatedly, but also for sharing ideas and design questions when a Zoom chat wasn’t feasible.  The person could look at it later and then shoot an answer in a email or make a quick phone call.

 

Since it’s helped me so much and this site has been a great resource for sharing ideas, just thought I’d share mine!  Thanks…   

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/dezo808

 

 

 

Sweet, thanks for sharing.  That looks pretty well explained for those needing to know / follow


You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life. - Winston Churchill

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Thanks, Erik!  I've also included and will be making more videos about using macros in Corel.  

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.




×
×
  • Create New...