Letter V in acrylic moulded letters in a Friz Quadrata font.
Acrylic moulded letters produced through vacuum forming is a widely used technique in the signage and display industry. The process involves heating a sheet of acrylic until it becomes pliable, then draping it over a three-dimensional mould or letterform. A vacuum is applied to the back of the mould, drawing the softened acrylic tightly against its surface, thus creating a precise replica of the desired letter shape. Once cooled and solidified, the acrylic moulded letters exhibit excellent dimensional accuracy and uniformity, making them visually appealing and ideal for various indoor and outdoor applications. This method allows for the production of intricate and custom designs at a relatively low cost, making it a popular choice for creating eye-catching signs, logos, and displays.