We have been designing and fabricating scenery here at CBS for more than 50 years, and we're here to offer you some tips for getting the most value for your money.
So, How do you get the most "bang for your buck"? Please Check out our Q and A for some timely answers...
Q: How can we get an estimate? A: Please provide a drawing with dimensions and materials noted on it, if possible, and let us know if you need installation too. Please use the form on the last page to send us a quick note about your project's needs.
Q: What should we consider in addition to the design of the item? A: Please tell us how you will be using, transporting and storing the item as it may be a factor in the design.
Q: What should I know about graphics? A: Please provide us with “print ready” graphics if possible. By this we mean flattened .TIF files, in full size.
Q: What about CNC Routing? What should we know? A: Please give us "Router Ready Files", by this we mean vector based artwork such as an a CAD dxf, dwg or Adobe Illustrator ai files.
Of course, we can always take the file and clean it up or manipulate it and send it back to you for approval. But that service comes at a cost.
We draft using AutoCAD and while a file created with AutoCAD will provide the cleanest file for us, we can usually deal with files created with other CAD programs.
Q: How do we pay you? A: We do not take cash, so please set up an account, or send a check.
Q: What if we need to make a proposal or a pitch with the item? A: Call us to brainstorm; we can make a simple drawing for estimation purposes, if that helps with your proposal or pitch.
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