First choice for business & building.

Fabricated Metal Letters.

Metal signage production is mainly based on copper, iron, aluminum, zinc alloy, titanium, stainless steel and other raw materials, through stamping, die-casting, etching, printing, enameling, imitation enameling, baking paint, drip molding, plating and other processes.

most cost-effective.

Acrylic Letters.

Choose to use 3mm to 12mm thick transparent acrylic film, silkscreen on the bottom of the film (silkscreen color is based on Pantone) or mounted on a colorful spray paint, which can clearly display your company’s logo and name, and usually add off-wall screws to fix on the wall, simple and convenient.

Sturdy and colorful.

Painted Metal Letters.

Painted Metal Letters is a common sign-making technique. Its production method is to first make the required text or pattern with aluminum or stainless steel plate, and then through sandblasting, sanding and other processes for surface treatment, and then spray a layer of special paint on the surface, and then put it into the oven for baking at high temperature, so that the paint on the surface of the formation of a layer of hard protective layer, in order to achieve the effect of waterproofing, anticorrosive, and weather-resistant, and so on. 

Preferred signage for notices and information.

Silk Screen Printed Signage.

Silkscreen etching signboard is a common signboard production process, which usually uses metal sheet as the substrate, and the pattern and text are silkscreened, and then the unprinted part is scratched off by using etching tools, so that the pattern and text will emerge and form an uneven effect. This method of production can make the signboard appear more delicate and luxurious, so it is very common in high-end stores and hotels. The advantage of silkscreen etched signs is that they can withstand harsh weather conditions and are long lasting.

Suitable for street, store & night market signs.

LED Illuminated Signage.​

LED illuminated letter signs are mostly made of metal and acrylic sheets and are commonly used in public and commercial organizations. Each word or letter of a LED sign has a separate structure and separate illumination, resulting in a professional and highly visible LED sign.

Nightclubs, bars, and party favorites.

Neon Signs.​

LED neon sign is a sign that uses LED (Light Emitting Diode) technology to simulate the effect of traditional neon light. It can create a variety of neon effects, such as streaming light, dazzling and colorful, and has the advantages of durability, low power consumption, safety and so on, which has become a popular trend in modern commercial decoration.

Commercial Streets, Public Places, Roads, Institutions and Gymnasiums.

Light Boxes.

LED light box can easily print different shapes and lines of borders according to the text, logos and patterns provided by the customers, and even make the borders with waves, unevenness, inward and outward slanting, etc., which is very creative and flexible.

Street and building wayfinding guidelines.

Wayfinding Signage.

Wayfinding signage system (Wayfinding signage system) is a unified and coherent spatial guidance system and explanation system formed through specific symbols, words, signage and other elements to assist a series of moving behavior of people in the spatial environment.


Interested in custom signage? Contact us today!

A range of metal building signs customized for us with smooth surfaces and very strong welded joints. Best of all, the price was very reasonable, well below budget, saving us a lot of money.
Robben Chan
— Project Procurement Manager.
Guangzhou, China
I run a cafe in our town and had several neon signs customized at ACPsigns. Customers and friends have found the signs to be a great addition to the store, welcoming and cheerful!
— Coffee Shop Owner.
Sydney, Australia
All the wayfinding signs for one of our construction projects in Hamburg, Germany, were produced by ACPsigns. We used a glossy stainless steel metal and black painted lettering scheme, which the client was very happy with!
Johns Wyatt
— Co-Founder.
Hamburg, Germany