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Hanging Signs Building Instructions

General notes:

1) MDF parts may sometimes be covered with a protective paper covering.
This covering needs to be removed from one or both sides prior to assembly

2) MDF parts are held in the frame by small lugs of MDF, roughly 0.5mm-1mm wide. Parts should be CUT from the frame, from the reverse side, using a strong knife (we recommend the “Olfa L-1 Heavy Duty”)
Do NOT push parts from the frame using your fingers as this may result in damage to the part.

3) We recommend dry-fitting parts before assembly – this usually highlights either missing parts, wrong parts and/or difficult/tricky elements before glueing and ultimately saves time and making mistakes.

4)For glue, we recommend Deluxe Materials Super-Phatic, alternatively a good aliphatic resin (yellow wood glue) or a strong PVA, and also Deluxe Materials Tacky-Glue.

5) Buildings with signs included generally have two different types of sign: the first is one built-in to the black edging design and the second is a removable sign that can be clipped to any roof edge. It is possible to use both signs at once in different parts of the building.

6) Colours of buildings shown in the instructions may not match the colours of your building.

7) As a “rule of thumb” the buildings are generally built in the same manner: Interiors first, then end walls and then sidewalls. However please refer to individual building instructions as this does vary from building to building.

8) Don’t forget to remove the backing paper from your MDF if it is present!

9) Have a pack of baby wipes on hand to keep your fingers clean – that way you will not get dirty fingerprints on the pre-painted MDF and you can use them to remove laser scorch marks also!.

The following instructions can be used for both Hanging Signs Set 1 and Hanging Signs Set 2:

2 thoughts on “Hanging Signs Building Instructions

  1. If possible, can we get instructions for the signs for the building, the ones that aren’t attached. You would only need to do one since I believe each building has the same setup. They are the remaining pieces, so most of them seem self-explanatory on how they fix together since there are only a couple configurations that work. However, I didn’t want to glue it to finalize it until I’m sure as I’ve made a few mistakes in the past before. Thank you.

    1. Hiya Shinlocke, Ben will get that done for you sometime this week.

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