article article Metal sign makers in India are using the internet to help them make their own metal signs and other signs.
A metal sign maker in Mumbai named Arvind said that he was in need of an alternative way to make his metal signs.
“I was using the web to make metal signs but I was not having success.
I was also in need to make other metal signs,” he said.
“I was searching for a better way and found this article on this website.
It was a solution.
I started making my own signs and have been using it for the past three months.”
Arvind said the metal signs are made of PVC pipe with a metal plate that is attached to a metal signpost.
“It takes about one month to make my metal signs that are very good quality.
When you are finished with your sign, you have to remove the metal plate and put it back on the signpost,” he added.
Metal sign makers are making their own signs in India using the website, metal sign makers.com.
“In a day, I have made about 500 of these signs and they are very well made,” he told NDTV.
The website was created by two friends who had recently started making their signposts with PVC pipe.
Arvind and the other two signmakers were able to make them with the PVC pipe and it took less than a week.
Arvind is now in the process of making two more signposts that he has made with PVC pipes, but they are not as good quality as the ones made by the metal signmakers.
“The metal sign post made with the pipe has about 20% less metal, but it’s a waste of metal,” he claimed.
Arind is not the only one making his metal signposts using PVC pipes.
Many other metal sign manufacturers in India have made their signs using PVC pipe, including Anuradha Patil, a metal signs maker in Bangalore.
The sign maker also used PVC pipe for making his signs.
Patil said that they are making metal signs for their customers in India with PVC and they have been doing it for a while.
“We are working on making our signposts as we have been working on PVC signs for several years now,” he explained.
“So we have got some experience in making our own signs.”