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21 August 2017
Every year, Sign & Digital Graphics publishes an annual LED & EMC Report, a special edition that focuses on technology and applications of LED lighting. Jeff Fassett, President of Aries Graphics International, also a Spike partner, wrote an article about how to be optimally organized and ready for LED illuminated sign installations.
Within the article, Fassett recommends using Spike during the site survey step of an LED project. “Maybe it is a cabinet retrofit, new signage to be installed, or border tubing. Whatever the case, leave the tape measure and bucket truck back at the shop. With a few clicks, drags, and taps, you can have dimensions, area, and perimeter of your new sign. If you didn’t have good (or any) artwork before, now you do,” says Fassett.
Read the full article in the 2017 LED and EMC Report.
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