Custom CNC

Kona Impact has produced many custom CNC signs you’ll see around Kona. PVC is our most popular material due to its ability to hold shape in the Kona sun. It may also be painted in any color. It is superior to wood and much less expensive than metals, especially when you look at large signs. See our PVC page for more about this material. 

CNC stands for Computer Numerical Control. Essentially a computer directs the cutter to make any shape you need. From the somewhat small, 2-3 inch lettering to the very large 40+ inch signs, most any pattern is possible within 1/8 of an inch detail. 

What are the advantages of custom CNC cut signs?

  • Made on island, in Kona. No waiting for shipping from the mainland or other islands. 
  • Transform any logo or text into a high impact dimensional sign
  • Accommodates much larger designs than are practical for laser cutters
  • Design is limited only by your imagination
  • Wide range of durable materials
  • Less expensive than vacuum formed plastic alternatives
  • Detail achievable down to 1/8th of an inch

What materials are available:

  • PVC in 1/2 inch and 1/4 inch thickness
    • White is always in stock
    • Other colors include Black, Blue, Red, and Yellow
  • Cast Acrylic – clear plastic, AKA Plexiglass
  • Hard Woods like Maple, Oak, Mango, Monkey Pod, and Koa
  • HDPE – High-density Polyethylene

What finishes are available:

  • Paint in any available color
  • Polyurethane
  • Unfinished white (PVC)

How much do CNC signs cost?
There are several considerations:

  1. Do you need design and layout services?
  2. Is the sign single or double-sided?
  3. What size is it?
  4. Do you need a self-supporting stand?
  5. How many? More = less cost per sign

Kona Impact is happy to provide no-obligation price quotes. Give us a call to get started.

Do Kona Impact sell raw materials? 
No, we don’t. We only sell finished signs.