What are Flat-Cut Letters?
Using our CNC router or laser machine, we can create sleek, individually-cut, flat letters that can be used to display your business name and logo.
A lot of business owners invest in a combination of 3D lettering for their primary signs, for example, as their shop frontage, and then flat cut lettering for secondary signage or business ‘taglines’.
They can also be used internally, such as above your reception areas, to create a professional space that showcases your brand.
Why Should You Choose Flat-Cut Letters?
Flat-cut-lettering is a popular choice amongst business owners. They are cheaper than 3D lettering but appear more professional than vinyl sign options.
They are also suitable for when you have limited space, or it’s not practical to have signage sticking out from the wall.
A Technical Overview of Flat-Cut Letters
We can use a wide variety of materials to create your flat-cut-letters. You can choose your preferred material based on budget and preference.
The materials you might consider include:
Brass – A classic, hard-wearing material
Stainless Steel – A more expensive, eye-catching material which can be produced with a brushed or mirrored finish
Mild Steel – Perfect for when aiming for an aged or rustic look
Acrylic – A lightweight, affordable option used mainly for shop signs
Aluminium – A reflective surface that’s a more affordable option to stainless steel
Foam PVC – A very affordable option if budgets are tight, also mainly used for shop signs
Dibond/Composite – A very sturdy but lightweight material that’s available as a matt or gloss finish
What are the Benefits of Flat-Cut Letters?
- More affordable than built-up letters
- More professional option to vinyl signs
- A variety of materials that can suit lots of budgets
- We can print any size lettering and logos
- Range of colours and finishes (depending on material you choose)
Flat-Cut-Lettering Service, Dundee, Edinburgh and Beyond
Please don’t hesitate to contact us for more information about flat-cut-lettering including costs.