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20 years

Quint Creative Signs (QCS) was established in 2000 as a part time evening business by Brian Quinter.  Quinter invested in a Roland CX-24 desktop vinyl cutter, Flexi Sign software and a Compaq computer,  plus a new Xacto Knife.

The first shop was located in a 8ft  x 14ft room inside of a car & truck accessory shop. QCS moved once while sharing space with the car & truck accessory shop in 2002 doubling the work space for QCS.

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In 2004 QCS moved to it’s next location in a small storefront in Downtown Piqua. March 5th of this year on Brian’s 30th birthday he was laid off of his full time job. Brian walked into the shop the very next day and changed the shops hours to full time and never looked back.

Quinter saw how technology was changing the ways signs were being made and decided to buy his very first Wide Format Printer and Wide Format Laminator.

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The next big move was in 2009 when QCS moved into its next location, a building. This building had plenty of room to grow and an awesome workshop in the rear of the building. A large enough space to bring trucks, semis and trailers in for fleet graphics. It also provided plenty of space to fabricate signs. Quinter purchased the building in 2015.

2011 was a huge milestone for QCS when we added a CNC Router along with 3D Design Software.

They purchased a AXYZ Z7 CNC Router capable of doing a full 4ft x 8ft sheet. They now could make signs that they’ve been dreaming to make. This was their step into the 3D sign market.

2011 GPN Success Story
Quint Creative Group - Success Story
 
2012 USSC Design Competition Winner
1st Place Non-Lighted Free Standing Sign
Puck Automotive Sign
Sign Builder Magazine November 2012
Sign Power USSC Newsletter Fall 2012
Sign Power USSC Newsletter Summer 2013
 
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2012 Special Guest Speaker at Vectric’s Annual Users Group Meeting
Vectric Users Group Meeting 2012 - Report
 
2013 Case Study conducted by Vectric. CNC Software Developer
Case Study - Quint Creative Signs
2013 Case Study conducted by AXYZ Automation. CNC Router Manufacturer
Camtech Z7 Turns Dream into Reality for Quint Creative Signs
2017 First magazine feature was for wayfinding signs for Piqua City Schools
Sign of the TImes October 2017
2017 Precision Board Blog for a Garden Sign fpr Piqua City Schools
Quint Creative Signs Precison Board Garden Tribe Sign  November 2017
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2017 Precision Board Blog for Faux Wood Grain Signs
Faux Wood Grain Texture Using Precision Board Decmber 2017
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2018 First Multi Page Magazine Feature about Faux Wood Techniques
Faux Wood the art of making faux wood from HDU  March 2018
2018 Magazine feature about Crafting HDU Signs
The art of crafting HDU December 2018
2018 SignShop.com articles based on magazine features from 2018
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The art of crafting HDU
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2018 Axyz Automation Case Study Followup
Quint Creative Signs - No sign of slowing down May 2019
2018 Vectric CNC Software Case Study II
Quint Creative Signs December 2018
2020 Duna UAS Project Spotlight - River Rock
Glazing Corofoam HDU to woodlike finish Febuary 2020
2020 Duna UAS Project Spotlight - River Rock
Glazing Corofoam HDU to woodlike finish Febuary 2020
2020 GrimcoConnect - Client Spotlight
Glazing Corofoam HDU to woodlike finish March 2020
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Quint Creative Signs -  937.615.9332  brianq@quintcreative.com

Visit us as 101 E High St., Piqua OH 45356 - Downtown Piqua