Welcome to the SignCraft Community

SignCraft's message boards are a public forum available to all sign makers. The goal is to bring the sign-making community together and give participants an opportunity to ask questions, exchange trade-related information, or voice concerns.

Please post responsibly, and make sure your posts contribute positively to the topic. New topics are reviewed prior to posting, but replies are posted instantly. However, SignCraft reviews all replies to insure that the thread stays on topic. Should a topic deviate from the intent of the original post in a negative or offensive manner, the reply, or possibly the entire thread, will be removed from the message board. 

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ForumPostsThreadsLast post
Techniques, Equipment and Production
Ask or answer a quesion, or swap ideas on just about any aspect of designing, making or installing signs
259127 20 Nov 2014, 04:50 By  Sidneytheartist 
Pricing, Selling and Marketing Your Work
Questions answered and tips shared on the business of making signs
8938 20 Nov 2014, 04:04 By  Sidneytheartist 
For Sale/Wanted to Buy
Buy or sell equipment, materials, sign shops and more
150111 22 Nov 2014, 01:22 By  Jennifer   Costigan
Job Opportunities/Employment Wanted
Looking for help? Looking for work? Post it here!
3936 16 Nov 2014, 08:26 By  Scott  L


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Reader to Reader
All the threads from the existing reader to reader forum.                               
1024270 28 Oct 2014, 01:08 By  johnb. 

SignCraft Blogs

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Five ways to boost profits without raising your prices

The fastest, easiest way to increase your sign business’s profits, of course, is to simply raise your prices. But it isn’t always quite so simple. You may feel your market won’t support higher prices or the competition is too stiff to risk it. Fortunately, there are other ways to send ... Read More

A systems approach to your sign business pays off

Many, if not most, sign people find their way into the industry from an interest in the creative side of sign making. While that helps handle the daily demands for coming up with new ideas, it doesn’t always help with the business of running a profitable business. And it’s the ... Read More

A good work order saves time and hassles

A sign shop is a busy place, where it’s very true that “the devil is in the details.” One of the reasons money gets lost and time gets wasted is communication errors along the line about the details—between the client and you, and between you and your staff. A good ... Read More

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