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alltex

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alltex last won the day on December 13 2019

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About alltex

  • Rank
    Master Craftsmen
  • Birthday 09/19/1967

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Profile Information

  • Name
    mark
  • Company
    ALLTEX Signs
  • Job Title
    Slave
  • City & State
    Dallas, TX
  • Gender
    Male

Previous Fields

  • Company Type
    Full Service Shop

Quick Company Info

  • Contact Number
    972 278 7446
  • Address
    2213 Executive Dr.<br />
    Garland, TX. 75041
  • Equipment
    Full fabrication. Service and Installation.

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  1. I think I've gotten 20 emails from vendors today since the news dropped. SMH... Now their being the MSM for the ISA. 😉
  2. I guess I'm old and stuck in my ways. I'm done with the trade shows. With the interweb I can view more sign related products in an afternoon, than they can fit into 20 convention centers. Granted I can't climb on the pic or test them through my monitor. That's what the outside sales reps are for. They bring their wares to my front door. I did enjoy the parties, seeing old acquaintances, and meeting some new folks. I've chosen to dump that cash establishing new customers, and maintaining our existing base as of late. Y'all have a blast!
  3. Are you wanting something to attach to Panel Boxes, Contactors, or a Switch? I have one of these devices on all of my trucks. I call them Apprentices. :)
  4. RIP. I enjoyed his posts over the years.
  5. I replaced my old 4 x 8 last fall. With a new 5 x 10 Accu Cut from Computerized Cutters in Plano, TX. Since I'm 5 miles from them, I worked a pretty sweet deal. I upgraded the spindle to a 5hp. Then they actually ended up upgrading, my upgraded spindle, to a 7hp. (I guess it's what they had on hand) Man this sucker is quiet. We were able to pick it up on our trailer. I have a fork lift at the shop, so it was easy peazy getting it in place. I didn't get the vacuum table. I Had a newer one on the old machine, and it's ridiculously loud as well. Take your time, and work them down in pricing. Time is your friend. I scored mine for $22,700.00
  6. "They're just doing the jobs, Americans wont...." I see crap like this, all over TX. Low bid wins once again! I seriously doubt this fool works for a licensed company. This is the guy who worked at a sign biz for 12 months, bought a used 33' bucket truck, and now is a Sign god.
  7. Sooner or later they (employees) always take advantage of a great situation. I allow my employees to build small projects for themselves, not for resale. If they need something for their kids team, a B Day, Anniversary... I'm cool with that. I let them work on their vehicles, borrow a trailer and truck to move. But when it comes to money, regardless of the amount. If it's happening in my shop, it's my money.
  8. That channel letter pic has another fail. Can't terminate the LED module wire as shown. It must have a small whip beyond the module, and both wires have to be capped, via wire nuts.
  9. alltex

    alltex

  10. Oh well, we're still in the 20th century here. Amazingly, we're still able to build channel letters, without a channel machine. Probably 50% of our channel letters are welded, and use neon for illumination. If I was chasing business, and needed to build a low cost product. In order to compete with with the nationals. I suppose I'd buy one.
  11. 2nd on the Lien on the property.
  12. No short cuts. We've done plenty of the same installs. One man drills, one squirts water, switch bits, and get 'er done!
  13. No thanks. I'm sure the best pics are blurred out.... ;)
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