Thursday, September 24, 2009

New QLA Sign from Magic Master Arrives!

As this sign was being developed, I spoke with the Magic Master ® company about their new sign, the Quick Load A-Frame sidewalk sign (QLA). And, it was worth the wait.

This is the "Ultimate sidewalk Sign"! It is a hybrid of all of the things you liked about other sidewalk signs:

  • It is easy to move --just like the Tip 'n Roll signs
  • It is lightweight.
  • The sign faces can be quickly changed from a changeable message sign to a customized printed sign. The customized sign faces can be easily printed by any sign shop.
  • Because of its unique design, it is VERY wind resistant. And, water can be added to give the sign additional weight.
Interested in this sidewalk sign or any other types? See us at SignsSeen!

Monday, September 21, 2009

SignsSeen now able to offer GSA pricing

After a many month process, SignsSeen has been awarded a Federal Supply Schedule contract. (Contract GS-03F-0184V)

Due to the requirements to receive this Multiple Award Schedule, only the Solar Powered LED signs and Low Energy Consumption LED signs were able to a part of this GSA contract.

If you are a customer eligible for GSA pricing, please contact SignsSeen. (When the products are posted on the GSAAdvantage.gov site, there will be an additional blog post)

Looking forward to helping you meet your LED Sign needs!

SignsSeen

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Inserting your Swinger Letters into the sign face


I had a call this week from someone who had just purchased a new Swinger sign. As they were changing their messages, they were sliding each letter in from the edge. And, their problem was the sign track was coming off on the edges. Fortunately, we were able to call them back quickly and help them solve this problem.

When you create your messages on a Swinger©, Springer©, Tip 'n Roll © or any of the Message Boards ©, the letters should placed on the sign face in a particular way.

  1. The sign letter should be put in the top track.
  2. Then the letter should be bowed so the bottom of the letter can be dropped into the track below.
  3. Continue until your message is completed.
Placing the letters on the sign face this way rather than sliding them into the proper message locations keeps the edges of the sign letter panel from cutting/slicing the track off of the sign face.

Other questions?

Let us know how SignsSeen can help!