CMTP required their signage to be of a high end standard and inline with their corporate identity to ensure consistency and a professional outcome for their brand. We were able to fabricate and install directional safety signage with a 3D raised elements and folded ACM routed and grooved on our in house flat bed CNC machine. With joint digital print and vinyl cut graphics, our skilled staff ensured a professional finish.
Pinky’s Pizza was established in 1993 but recently had a name change to Pammy’s Pizza. We were able to help Pam refine her brand assets to include her favourite colour (and ours!) – PINK! Her modern and eye catching logo and branding was produced by our team and installed on her premises, inside and out.
Ray White recently took over the LJ Hooker office in Colac and we were given the task of completing their signage in accordance with their brand guidelines. Some of the signage is backlit with the face of the signs non illuminated giving them a subtle but sophisticated look at night. All of Ray White’s logo’s were CNC cut from 25mm acrylic sheet on our 4m x 2m flat bed CNC machine. Having this machine in house gives us great control over the signage we produce which was crucial to being able to also produce signage for their Camperdown office swiftly.
A great eye catching but simple logo which was provided by The Perch. The site already had existing signage which needed to be updated – we were able to print and apply vinyl graphics to the existing signage without providing new panels which was a big reduction in cost to our client. We also provided a new 900 x 600 a-frame.
Allen Family Chiropractic
Luke engaged our services to update his clinic’s signage to incorporate their new logo which they had just aquired. We removed the existing signage and replaced with new aluminium composite panel signage with gloss graphics for the exterior and a matte finish for the internal office wall sign. We also custom fabricated in house a double sided 600mm diametre circular pendant sign which was powdercoated by Colac Powdercoaters for great weather indurance which we then installed directly to the brick wall.
Calco Timbers contacted us to update their logo and produce branding on their array of different vehicles and eventually their new purpose built premises to ensure consistency for their brand. Calco’s premises signage included a 4mx2m aluminium composite panel sign which was routed on our flat bed CNC machine to eliminate joins and ensure a professional look.
We have done a large range of products for Bluewater Leisure Centre over a long period of time making them one of our biggest clients. Bluewater has a strong presence in Colac and their branding reflects this with the 3mm 3D aluminium composite panel logo on the front facade, 25mm PVC logo in the gymnasium and pool hall. We have also designed and created printed stationary, floor graphics and gym towells among others.
Filco are a small landscaping / garden maintenance business located in Torquay Victoria who contracted us to create a logo inspired by the 1920’s. We created and installed signage for their vehicles, business cards and workwear. We also created and host their website.
Colac Otway Shire
The Colac Otway Shire covers a wide area of Victoria and we have been able to produce and install an array of products around this area. We have also produced many safety signs, floor graphics, way finding signage and 3D CNC cut letters – our wide range of products and services enable easy collaboration on all occasions.
We were approached by COPAAC to update their four pylon signs located round the grounds of their premises. The original signs were Corten Steel which is a rusted steel look but they found the signs were not prominent enough – our job was to prepare the steel and re-paint with COPAAC’s corporate colours. Among many other jobs, we also provided social distancing floor graphic stickers for them too.
Mid West Meats
Mid West Meats has been around since 1972, and it’s possible their iconic “bull” was first signwritten on the building way back then too! Admittedly there was some conjecture when we painted over the famous icon (as brief as it was) so we could signwrite him back on, even bigger and identical to his predecessor! All of the signwriting was done in the traditional way, even the CNC routed ACM panel signage so the colours and durability were identical.
This vehicle was fully wrapped (excluding the roof) with Avery MPI 1105, our favourite wrap film with some one way vision vinyl to the windows to make for safe use. The initial design idea was provided by Trees Adventure which we then adapted to the correct size and made sure it would work three dimentionally. We recently had the pleasure of removing this wrap as it’s time was up – fair to say it came off a lot quicker than it took to stick it on!