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Member Post: Two Innovative Solutions for Arizona State University

by L&H Sign Company

A situation was presented from the Arizona State University project, designed by Infinite Scale, with wanting a seamless weld not exposing any assembly hardware for some of their ID signs. This challenge meant we couldn’t grind down the welds because the structural integrity and engineering stamp would need to be valid. L&H Companies had to come up with an innovative way to join two surfaces at 45 degree right angles to create a virtually seamless square weld on the ID signs.

Member Post: Inquisitive Tendencies

by Jody Graff, Drexel University

True confession: I’m a lifelong geek/nerd. I have always enjoyed education and learning new things. I think it all stems from a natural curiosity and a love of knowledge, just for knowledge’s sake.

When asked to write a post on “learning” I did a quick quote search to organize my ideas. There were three, from very different sources, that struck a chord with my own philosophy, for me individually as well as an educator.

Philly Voices

Over the next several months, keep your eye on our blog for entries from our local Philly Chapter members. We've invited them to contribute their musings on all things design. Occasionally we'll also profile various chapter members. Our hope is to introduce you to all the great things happening here in Philly.

Enjoy!

 

Fall Mixer at the new FMC Tower Level 28

SEGD Philly Fall Mixer at the new FMC Tower Level 28

When's the last time you came to an SEGD event? It's been a while?

We'd like to properly introduce ourselves as the new chapter co-chairs for Philly. We've been working hard to get up to speed on all things SEGD including attending the Annual Conference and participating in the Chapter Chair summit. We have a great fall/winter run of events planned that we'll roll out to you shortly, but realized that we should probably make a proper introduction first.

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