Injection molded letters differ from other plastic letters because they have sharp crisp edges and are painted, where plastic letters have a rounded edge and are pigmented.
Laser-cut acrylic letters have a smooth polished edge.
Metal laminate on acrylic or foam are a lightweight solution and are more cost-effective compared to metal letters.
Simulated brass letters and simulated stainless steel letters offer the look of brass and stainless steel without the high cost.
Aluminum letters are a lightweight and cost-effective metal letter. Cast aluminum letters have a slightly hollow back that allow more depth for a better price than a standard aluminum letter.
Brass letters are a pure yellow metal that shimmers elegance. The difference between brass letters and bronze letters is that bronze has a touch of copper in the alloy, which gives it a hint of red in the material. Cast bronze, like aluminum, has a slightly hollow back, which gives you more depth for a better price.