Engraved Signs

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In a previous blog post we talked about our new Epilog Fusion M2 40 Laser Machine and how we are constantly striving to improve our business to better suit the sign needs of our clients in Nashville, Murfreesboro, Franklin and Brentwood. This machine is at the cutting edge of laser engraving and 3D cutting technology and will allow us to do unprecedented work in many exciting new ways.

Just what exactly is an engraved sign? Professionally engraved signs are signs that come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and materials that rely on a machine such as our Epilog Fusion M2 40 to cut your design directly into the material of your choice. While engraving and therefore engraved signs have been around for centuries, technology has enabled us at Franklin Sign Co. to adhere to the most intricate details of your design, making the finished product a crisp and well-crafted representation of your brand.

We can make custom wood engraved signs, custom metal engraved signs, custom signs engraved on acrylic, but we also maintain the ability to engrave on many other surfaces to create a sign that is truly customized to your business. A business in Brentwood specializing in quaint antiques might opt for a beautiful wood engraved sign that Franklin Sign Co. can make to their exact specifications. On the other hand, a Nashville tech-company might opt for a crisper sign engraved on a brushed metal. In either case, Franklin Sign Co. has the equipment, experience, and skill to exceed your expectations.

These engraved signs can be built for interior or exterior use for a wide range of situations. Whatever your design might be, Franklin Sign Co. can help with your signage needs through our fantastic design team. Our investment in leading technology in the Epilog Fusion M2 40 Laser Printer is already paying off on our incredible engraved signs. Visit us or contact us today to see how we can make your engraved sign in the Nashville, Franklin, Murfreesboro or Brentwood area!

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