All of the manufacturing processes Colorado Laser Technologies can provide are showcased in a project for The Grace Center/St. Mary’s High School. Laser Cutting, Laser Marking, Photographic Metal, Design and Assembly are all visible in the photos below. The signs were mounted on 16 gauge 304 stainless steel and 1/2” thick black acrylic was also cut using our laser cutter with attention being paid to hanging details. The Photographic Metal dedication signs were manufactured using our transfer process onto .020 thick specialty aluminum. The images were first designed using a variety of methods including hand drawn images, photographs, computer generated text, to name a few. These aluminum images are totally weather resistant to moisture, heat and cold. To further protect against the elements of the ever-changing Colorado weather and to insure against vandalism, a 1/4” thick clear acrylic piece was laser cut and then mounted on top of the other layers to form a permanent piece of art.
Grace Center Project
Individual leaves denoting the donors to the landscaping project were Laser Cut from anodized aluminum and Laser Marked. The leaves were then affixed to the three piece tree that had been transferred onto Photographic Metal. This wall piece can be changed over the years to include additional donors since the clear acrylic protection was designed to be removed when needed.
Smaller companion pieces denoting the history of the project and memorable occasions are also scattered around the property.