Push through letters are made by routing a shape in a sheet of metal (the face) and then routing the same shape (only smaller) from another material, often clear acrylic. The face is placed inside a cabinet and interior illuminated. The effect is very dramatic and creates a very high tech or sophisticated look.
Push through signs are designed for your letters and logo to shine through the crowd. The advance of modern CNC technology allows this new sign conception possible - Plexiglas / Acrylic is pushed through the routed areas of aluminum, stainless steel, composite panel, or acrylic sign faces, the sign is then populated with illuminated LED lights.
This type of construction allows for lit and non-lit areas on your sign face. The result is a striking display during the day or night.
It is also known as modern 2D signage. This type of signage gives a classic view and is used outdoor, indoor, malls, or for wayfinding signage.
A sign fabricated with push through acrylic letters provides a unique way to display your company name and logo. Letters and/or logos can be routed out of a sheet of aluminum. Acrylic letters are then "pushed through" the routed area to provide depth. When light from inside the cabinet, a halo effect is achieved. The signs displayed on this page all utilize push through the acrylic to achieve a creative look.
Interior Signs / Office Signage
There is no better way to make an impression on your clientele than with custom indoor signs from SignAD Corp. Indoor signs come in a variety of materials, shapes, and sizes. Our most popular indoor sign materials include: Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Acrylic, Dibond, PVC,
For added interest and dimension, we also offer engraved plaques and 3D Lettering.
Whether you are in the market for indoor business signs or are simply looking for signs for personal use, we will customize the right product for you! Whichever option you choose, your custom indoor sign will arrive prepared for quick, easy attachment virtually anywhere; including drywall, wood paneling, concrete, decorative scroll brackets, and endless other methods or locations.