Plaques

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1
Dimensions
8.5" x 11"
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Unlimited Projects
Section
10 14 16
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Use this 3-part SimpleSpecs™ template to specify cast aluminum or bronze plaques used primarily as building dedication.

Why use them?

Plaques are a popular way to commemorate special events, achievements, and milestones in our lives. Whether it’s to commemorate a graduation, to recognize a long-serving employee, or to commemorate a special event, plaques offer a lasting and timeless way to mark the occasion.

One of the key benefits is that they can be customized to suit the occasion and the recipient. Plaques come in a wide range of materials, including wood, metal, glass, and acrylic.   Allowing you to choose the perfect material to suit your needs. The design of the plaque can also be customized, from the text and graphics to the size and shape of the plaque itself.

Another advantage of plaques is that they are durable and long-lasting. Whether you choose a wooden plaque that can be hung on a wall, or a metal plaque that can be mounted on a pedestal, plaques are designed to last for years, making them a fitting tribute to the occasion they commemorate.

Used in a variety of settings, from schools and universities to businesses and public spaces. To recognize an employee’s achievements, honor a veteran, or commemorate a special event, plaques are a versatile way to do so.

When choosing a plaque, it’s important to consider the text and graphics that will be included. You’ll want to choose a font that is clear and legible, and graphics that are appropriate for the occasion. You should also consider the size of the plaque and the placement of the text and graphics, as this will affect the overall impact of the plaque.

Clear acrylic lacquer can be applied to exposed surfaces to prevent oxidation. Lacquers typically degrade with exposure to ultraviolet and may need to be reapplied.

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