Powder Coated Steel THINK Sign



Introduction: Powder Coated Steel THINK Sign

A while ago, I used QCAD and CorelDraw to make a design for a simple 4 3/4" x 14 1/2" THINK sign.  I purchased some 1/8" steel and cut the design out using a CNC Plasma Cutter.  Not knowing exactly what to do with it, it sat in my garage for a time and rusted.  I recently took a class on sand blasting and powder coating and decided to bring the THINK sign back to life.  I sand blasted the sign and it took on a nice gray color.  I then powder coated the sign with Smurf Blue powder coating.  I turned out great and is now ready to be proudly displayed.

I made it at TechShop.

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