vinyl lettering, die cut letters

sign making plotter for cut vinyl lettering

The Printmaker Vinyl Lettering Bureau

We Produce and supply..
Logos, decals, signs and lettering - Any size , colour or quantity, cut in self adhesive vinyl to your specification or from your artwork.

Vinyl lettering and graphics are used for signwriting, exhibition graphics, van and truck liveries, customizing cars, marine applications, notice boards, banners, road signs and presentation graphics.

The lettering is cut out of a thin self adhesive vinyl film, on a plotter that interprets files produced by a variety of different graphics programs.
The resulting self adhesive letters are held in their relative positions by a low-tack application sheet. They are easy to apply to a variety of different surfaces, the application sheet is discarded after the decal has been stuck in position.

If you have a computer and use a vector based drawing package such as Corel Draw, Illustrator, Artworks, Xara or Acorn Draw and you don't want to go to the expense of buying all the hardware required for producing vinyl graphics you can send us your artwork by email, as an attachment, and let us cut it on our plotter.
We can prepare it for you so it is ready for application by you, or we can do the whole job from start to finish.

We believe a bureau service such as this is useful not only to graphic designers, who already use our facilities, but also to businesses and organizations who have an eye for design and can make use of our bureau for their own signage and presentation requirements.

If you don't want the hassle of preparing your own artwork we can design and draw logos and signs for you and typeset your text, if you send us your copy and size specifications.

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Our sign studio is situated at
14 Rowallan Close
Berkshire, RG4 6QS
Tel. 0118 946 1964
Mob. 07973 219 523

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