A painted polystyrene logo. 1000mm high, 150mm thick. Artwork was sent to us as a vector eps file. The logo was cut from 50mm thick polystyrene and 100mm thick polystyrene. each layer was glued together and then a thin coating of resin was applied, it was then sanded and painted in the company corporate colours matched to their pantone numbers. we used Dulux vinyl matt emulsion to paint the logo with. The resin was applied in a 1mm thin layer to fill in the uneven finish of the polystyrene so when it was sanded a smoother finish would result. It was a good alternative way to get a smooth finish on the face of large letters and logos instead of card facing or foamex facing. A slight texture was still visible mostly the result of the paint that was applied by using a roller. the finish on the face looked similar to a painted plaster. We also coated the sides in resin, though it was not necessary because the cutting process of the polystyrene provided a smooth.
Ruby+Ed 3D logos were made from polystyrene.
Painted in a purple pantone 2627c.
1500mm long, 50mm thick.
Painted polystyrene is an ideal solution for the production of logos for use in exhibitions.
The customer supplied the artwork as a vector logo which was perfect for using on our cutters.
One vector logo was supplied in a PDF file which we imported and then resized and cut a number of times for the production of multiple logos.
The polystyrene logos were then painted in two layers of vinyl matt emulsion. We recommend using Dulux paints because of their consistant quality of colour and opacity. Dulux have consitantly been able to match pantone colours to their vinyl matt emulsion paints by custom mixing the colours to our needs.