Category Archives: Workshop 88 sign

W88 sign is done!

It’s done!  I’m delighted and relieved to have the sign installed and operational.  Here are some final notes about the construction techniques and challenges.  (I promise not to whine any more about design decisions.) The test scrap I dragged my … Continue reading

Posted in Workshop 88 sign | Leave a comment

W88 sign dilemma

I’m stuck trying to decide how best to mount the sign and how to protect it.  I’ve gone back and forth a bunch of times.  Ugh. The critical (and interrelated) issues: How to protect the “paper” panels to keep the … Continue reading

Posted in Workshop 88 sign | 4 Comments

Progress on the sign

I printed the front and back sheets/panels.  Fronts were laser printed on the HP paper, and backs inkjet on the National Geographic paper.  I trimmed all the panels.  After some experiments with the glues, I decided to use the 3M … Continue reading

Posted in Workshop 88 sign | Leave a comment

Simple W88 sign

The objective is a “shingle” sign for the sign post outside the W88 space. The plan is to print the words and logo on 4 sheets of 8.5″x11″ waterproof paper (portrait orientation), glue those to a piece of white 4mm … Continue reading

Posted in Workshop 88 sign | Leave a comment