VGS has been manufacturing signs for almost a quarter of a century. With a 110,000 sq. ft. plant, VGS has the capacity to handle the fabrication of signs and displays, both small and large. Our in-house capabilities include metal fabrication, woodworking, CNC routing and laser cutting. Our imaging techniques range from basic screen-printing to the most sophisticated laser-photo imaging available.
At VGS, we pride ourselves on quality and innovation and will ensure your sign program is produced to the highest standards in the industry.
Polymer is widely used for producing high quality ADA accessible signage. Using light and water as part of the production process, the waste material is completely biodegradable making it a safe and eco-friendly material.
Process automation is a key focus for VGS. We have the tools but also the talent, adding the “human touch” in most everything we produce.
Our imaging techniques range from basic screen-printing to the most sophisticated laser-photo imaging and wide format ink jet technology available.
Print direct to virtually any flat surface with incredible clarity - and it's both efficient and eco-friendly. VOC-free, UV-cured inks offer an eco-friendlyalternative to traditional solvent-based printing.
It is all in the details. Choosing from a variety of metals, etching offers exceptional quality, bringing out the fine detail in imagery and messagingto create an elegant result.
When we refer to extrusions we mean unique, functional, flexible and design driven components that come together to make unique client specific solutions.
At VGS it is all about precision and what better way to start then with the precise cutting of the components that make up the finished product.
VGS’ paint match technology coupled with its advanced equipment and skilled operators blend art and science together to achieve exacting results.
Fast and accurate, VGS routers are used to cut, trim, carve and shape a wide variety of materials to create sub components as well as unique three dimensional solutions.
Our imaging techniques range from basic screen-printing to the most sophisticated laser-photo imaging available.