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  1. NYC Fire Department September 11th Memorial " LADDER 343 " Designed and Lettered by Paul Signs This Ladder truck will be used for Memorial and Ceremonial Functions only. It includes a Photo History starting from the Towers on fire, The Firefighters going to the Towers, After the Towers came down, The Recovery of the Firefighters and a final " Thank You " All 343 Names of every firefighter killed on that day are listed in alphabetical order on each side. All Photos were Digitally Printed, 3M Reflective Stripes, and the rest is Vinyl, old school lettering 20 Years l
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  2. I would second Miratec. Have used them for years. They apply a UV laminate to help prevent fading. Very good at what they do. Talk to Todd Johnson.
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  3. Years ago, I saw a tool advertised that would slip between the socket, and the lamp base. Then you could pry up, to remove a tube was slightly too long, because of a sagging lamp track. Anyone remember this, or where I might find one? I have been having a lot of lamps this way lately, and I want a faster, safer way, than how I have to do it now. Or should I just take a prybar, and grind it into what I want. Probably cheaper, but I like rewarding those who actually do make things like this. TIA
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  4. My Grandfather was John Kutz Sr. His company was Jet-lite. I’ve been searching local neon shops for any jet-lites. My uncles hooked me up with one, that said I’d be interested in finding more if they are still around.
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  5. I also strongly suggest Miratec. Very helpful and they produce great products.
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  6. Geoff (Jeff) George (geoffreyg@sharpline.com) has capabilities of both laminated vinyl's and printed w/overlam that has a 6-8 year warranty and many have been in the field for over 12 years. They can do up to 300 foot lengths.
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  7. https://miratecsystems.com/ or https://z3graphics.com/
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  9. Saw a thread on another forum. If they are the same one in Illinois it sounds like you should investigate them a little bit first.
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  10. Very nice Keep up the great work
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  11. Love the #300 housings. With the open backs you don't get the accumulation of dead bugs, debris and water. Just used them in the restoration of this 22 year old sign. Hard to find but Erik seems to always have them and at a good price.
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  12. We just got back from installing a small set of raceway mounted letters for one of our out of town customers. The circuit was up in the soffit so my help went up to conenct to the existing power. There was even an access panel two feet from the sign - yay, no need to crawl a hundred feet this time! Then he found this. Is it any wonder that a lot of electrical inspectors look down on sign companies when some people do this crap? Sigh. Come on, I know that times are tough, but junction boxes aren't that expensive!
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  13. Great job E! I have yet to take the plunge into any sign trade organization. I have my personal reasons, no need to go into those details. We're still building plenty of evil neon, and fluorescent signs here at ALLTEX! We're actually re-branding a chain restaurant group, with exposed neon building signs. Triple, and double stroke letters, and border accents. We'll also be building an amazing neon sign project (2,500' border), plus the largest neon building sign, and pylon sign I've ever been associated with. ( In my 26 years in the sign biz. ) This is for a different custome
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