Gemini (Cannon Falls, MN) has expanded the application of their Perfect Pattern mounting template. The digital technology for mounting flat-cut metal letters now also improves the installation experience for flat-cut acrylic and GemLeaf letters. Perfect Pattern is computer-generated and printed on Tyvek, making it weather- and tear-resistant.
Gemini’s partners are able to pre-order mounting templates ahead of time to allow for prep work on-site for large scope installations. Other features include the following, per the company:
- Center line alignment – patterns are aligned with horizontal and vertical lines from the center making installation more reliable.
- Stud sizing guide – provides recommendations for proper drill bits depending on determined stud size.
- Top/bottom orientation – dimples are drilled into the back of the product to help identify proper orientation.
- Placement/sizing indicators – dimples can also indicate the line a character belongs to, as well as differentiate similar size letters which will have different stud placements.
For more information, visit geminisignproducts.com/perfectpattern.
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