Product News: Mounting & Attaching Products

Sign Bracket accommodates custom-shaped signs.

Press Release Summary:

Jan 29, 2013 - Constructed from solid 3/16 in. thick, 1 in. wide scrolled steel flat bar, Bistro Sign Bracket accommodates custom shaped signage common to restaurants, boutiques, pubs, and coffee houses. Bracket is 30 in. wide, which fits curved and shaped sign blanks up to 24 in. wide. Equipped with 2 large mounting rings that provide attachment points for sign, product can be mounted to flat surfaces such as storefronts or square aluminum posts.

Metalcraft Industries, Inc. - Ocala, FL

Original Press Release

Metalcraft Industries Releases New Bistro Sign Bracket

Press release date: Jan 25, 2013

Custom shaped signage is becoming more prevalent, with advances in sign manufacturing technology.  Perhaps nowhere is this as noticeable as in upscale urban shopping and dining areas.  Mounting systems for these custom-shaped signs often fall more on the utilitarian side, rather than being accent pieces, in their own right.  To meet challenges posed by shaped signs, Ocala, Florida’s Metalcraft Industries recently introduced the Bistro Sign Bracket.

The curved Bistro Sign Bracket is a solidly constructed scrolled steel flat bar bracket, designed to accommodate custom shaped signage, common to restaurants, boutiques, pubs and coffee houses.  It’s crisp, yet stylish lines accentuate both modern metal signs, as well as carved, dimensional signs, adding an elegant flair to the presentation.

Metalcraft’s initial product release is a 30” wide Bistro Sign Bracket, which stylishly fits curved and shaped sign blanks up to 24” in width.  According to Walter Scott, Metalcraft Industries‘ Director of Marketing and Product design, “We will be adding additional standard product sizes to handle much larger sign sizes, as well as new color options.  In the interim, we do offer customization options for all of our brackets at wholesale production pricing.”

For details on the new Bistro Sign Bracket, please visit the Metalcraft Industries website at