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A.J.

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About A.J.

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  • Name
    A.J.
  • Company
    Best Signs Incorporated
  • Job Title
    Engineering/Fabrication
  • City & State
    Palm Springs California
  • Gender
    Male

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  • Company Type
    Full Service Shop

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  • Contact Number
    7603203042
  • Address
    1550 S Gene Autry Trail<br />
    Palm Springs CA 92264
  • Equipment
    MultiCam CNC, welding fab shop, custom-built software suite leveraging CorelDRAW to facilitate revolutionary fabrication methods... building signs in minutes, not hours

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  1. We installed a set of channel letters sent to us from Washington state and the pattern they sent us was panels of Sintra. The rep said it's always so soggy where they are that's just how they do it. I guess that would also work on the planet Dagobah. It threw us off a bit because we're in the desert and we usually don't have an issue with soggy, we have an issue with the paper pattern and the installers spontaneously combusting from insane heat...
  2. Just thought I'd share a link to a video I posted showing the construction methods we use at our shop for our monuments and cabinets. Maybe some of you might find it interesting...
  3. Thanks, Erik! I've also included and will be making more videos about using macros in Corel.
  4. 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
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