Not all LED neon signs are crafted equally. When craftsmanship quality is compromised, neon signs can exhibit a variety of issues:
- The final product is different from the original design. The neon signs are handcrafted, and this is what makes them so unique. As with all handcrafted products, it is not easy to copy a custom design down to the millimeter. That is why the high-precision production method and quality control procedures are so essential. A state-of-the-art production studio can craft a final product with high accuracy, making the neon sign almost identical to the original design.
- LED quality is compromised. Imagine receiving a neon sign, opening the box and plugging it into a power outlet – only to discover that there are areas of the LED wire that do not light up. To make sure that the LED signs are not damaged during the production process, it is crucial that the quality control procedures are activated during the production.
At The Neonist, we pride ourselves on never cutting corners. Emma, the co-founder of The Neonist and an Industrial Engineer by training, works tirelessly to ensure the final product’s excellence. Whether sourcing high-quality supplies, installing quality control procedures at the production studio or streamlining the order and delivery processes, Emma always goes the extra mile to make sure that The Neonist’s clients enjoy a great customer experience.
Our Production Process
When we launched The Neonist, we knew one thing – we would not compromise on the quality of our signs. Unlike other LED neon sign vendors, we do not glue the design elements onto the acrylic board but carve the original design into the acrylic board and attach the LED tube and silicon cover into the carved niche. Our unique production method produces high-quality neon signs that are almost identical to the original custom design. Another benefit of our approach – no dark spots, our LED signs light up evenly.