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1985 - Die Cutting

When a local shoe company closed down I bought an old press at auction which had been used for die-cutting of shoe soles and then had the alphabet made in individual 3” and 4” metal dies by a Dublin company. With adhesive vinyl sheets available in different colours we were able to die-cut letters out for basic signs. I later added a few more die-cut letter sizes but it was extremely crude and rudimentary sign-making. Unlike traditional signwriters, I could only offer one typeface style, limited size lettering and digit spacing by hand was a real pain!

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