jorgev

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About jorgev

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  • Birthday 09/04/1964

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    Jorge
  • Company
    Channelume/Let-R-Edge
  • Location
    Union Gap, WA
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    Male

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  1. I understood that, these sign companies do signs and use Let-R-Edge®, thats why I have them on my list. Now you have their info just in case you want to offer them your system for projects they may be working on! I know that at least a couple of them are not commited to one especific lighting system and might benefit having your info, tell them you got their info from me if you want. Cheers!
  2. Manuel, here you have a few Let-R-Edge® fabricators just in case you don't find anybody local; Back Stage Boutique Mario Espinoza 201-906-7285 mario@backstageboutiqueny.com Agnoli Sign Company www.agnolisigncompany.com 722 Worthington Street Springfield, MA 01105 413-732-5111 info@agnolisign.net Adirondack Neon 136 Division Street Amsterdam, NY 12010 (518) 843-5889 Let There be Neon NY Jeff Friedman (212) 226-4883 www.lettherebeneon.com jf@LetThereBeNeon.com Letter Craft Manufacturing Bill Tieland Toledo, OH billtieland@toledosign.com Sign Source USA 800-289-6570 www.signsourceusainc.com joepisel@signsourceusainc.com Philadelphia Sign Company Jimmy Chapman Palmyra, NJ 856-829-1460 jchapman@philadelphiasign.com Jorge Villaseñor jorgev@letredge.com www.letredge.com
  3. I have a customer that needs about 2000 of this on red 20 or 22 aluminum with white reflective lettering. Does anybody here willing to take up this project? Please give me a call or send me an email and I'll be glad to share the details as far as I know! Jorge Villaseñor Channelume/Let-R-Edge 4206 Main Street Union Gap WA. 98903 TEL. (509) 452-9648 Toll Free 1-800-654-9247 Fax (509) 575-1478 jorgev@letredge.com
  4. I have a customer that needs about 2000 of this on red 20 or 22 aluminum with white reflective lettering. Does anybody here willing to take up this project? Please give me a call or send me an email and I'll be glad to share the details as far as I know! Jorge Villaseñor Channelume/Let-R-Edge 4206 Main Street Union Gap WA. 98903 TEL. (509) 452-9648 Toll Free 1-800-654-9247 Fax (509) 575-1478 jorgev@letredge.com
  5. We need a Letter Wrapper in the area of Vancouver, BC. (Preferred experience on the Channelume/Let-R-Edge® system) Jorge (George) Villaseñor 1-800-654-9247
  6. Giving you my information may help, doesn’t! LOL... Jorge Villaseñor Channelume/Let-R-Edge® Co. 1-800-654-9247 jorgev@letredge.com Shut me an email with yours and I'll get you in touch with Ted! Thanks again!
  7. It is for one of our customers in Sacramento. Send me an email with your information and I'll pass it along! Thanks for the quick reply!
  8. Need a Lic Installer in the area of Sacramento CA
  9. Talking about nonsense! Have you seen this? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-LOtKIIKcg
  10. Channelume/Let-R-Edge® is produced in 3", 5" and 8" and we have customers all over the world. 5" is our most popular return and for the most part it works great with LEDs. Please consider that when I'm talking about a 5" return the actual distance between the mounting surface of the LED on the back of the letter and the hitting surface of the acrylic face is about 4 1/2". This distance is actually less depending on the size of the LED body. By special request we had produced a 4" return that push that distance down to about 3 3/4" and had worked OK with conventional LEDs (we did a sign with TFT LEDs). Now our 3" Let-R-Edge® material leaves an even smaller distance of about 2 1/2" that it is already a stretch, we have tested minis from Sloan, Tetra, Allanson and we haven't found the perfect match! It is doable but you really have to spend a lot of time to get it just right!
  11. We have a fellow friend that works in town with a company that uses Let-R-Edge® and an Acubend machine in their shop and he swears that overall he can fabricate more letters by hand with Let-R-Edge®, he uses the plastic layout tape. The machine can produce letters on Sunday but still you have to wrap the trim cap and ... while with Let-R-Edge after you wrap and glue the face to the return you're very much finish. In this outfit the sales people are push to sale more machine formed pan channel letters because of the lease payment due for the machine even though they can quote lower with Let-R-Edge®.
  12. If I may, allow me to share with you all a PDF file that we call Basics 101, it is for channel letter fabrication with the Let-R-Edge® system but for what is worth I think that in it we show the manual layout with a butyrate tape and stabillo (simple but really efficient method). We also have a Pattern Printer and software that reads the cutting file (DXF, AI, G code vector file) and produces a computerized letter return layout that matches the routed piece replacing the hand letter return layout.LE_Basics_101.pdf
  13. Spokane, WA City Government Regulations NW Business Alert! Tonight (Feb. 23) starting at 6 p.m., the Spokane City Council will begin debate on a massive new sign code that could potentially cost some local businesses tens of thousands of dollars to replace their signage, if enacted. The issue, which was passed by the city planning commission by just a 5 to 4 vote, includes 45 pages of changes that will affect nearly every business in the city. Some of the provisions are: outlawing changing image signs like the one the PFD paid tens of thousands of tax dollars for in front of the INB Performing Arts Center; outlawing changing time and temperature signs and requiring businesses to remove them; limiting the height of signs along Division Street and Third Avenue to 25 feet and making businesses replace them if they have been updated; making it illegal to place more than 3 signs directing customers to real estate open houses, and even garage sales. The phone number for the Spokane City Council is 509-625-6350. Council members emails are JShogan, AFrench, SCorker, RRush, NMcLaughlin, BApple, MAllen, all at @spokanecity.org
  14. Yes it is, but it is too bad that a good product can be misrepresented and gets a bad reputation just like that! We offer this tool as an optional but really useful part of our system; we back it up and surely know if it is going to work in X, Y or Z outfit. It is a great complement for our system until we get the automated option for Let-R-Edge up and running!
  15. Let me tell you, the Pattern Printer Let-R-Pattern® and software is a great addition for your shop if you are fabricating channel letters. From your design software, you import the job file with a DXF, AI or G code extension and the Pattern Printer will print the location of the bends and curves, including the degree of bend, up or down into a self adhesive pattern tape. This can be use with Let-R-Edge material or for other jobs; like I sold one to a customer that use it all the time for stainless steel fabrication. Pattern_Details.pdf