Lombard Design added 2 photos and a video.August 22nd, 2017 at 10:38am
Laser engraved 1911 Pistol Grips! The customer requested that we reproduce a similar design from the darker grips (shown in photo left) onto these lighter grips. Instead of 1-325th INF 82nd ABN, the new ones have 3-187th INF, 101st ABN.
Lombard Design added 9 photos and a video.August 22nd, 2017 at 10:38am
Simply the best choice for unique, unit-specific military plaques, embroidery, signs, T-shirt printing, and vehicle graphics! Made right here in America right outside of Fort Campbell. -- We're now offering wood or steel free-standing bases for our concrete 3D plaques. Stop by Lombard Design in Oak Grove between Gates 6 and 7 to see samples of our work. We ship!
A new 3D Model for "Bone Troop" 1st Squadron, 75th Cavalry Regiment ready for CNC machining. Soon this will be in production as concrete elements for PCS/Retirement awards and for pewter pendants, pins, and key-chains. This model was meticulously sculpted in-house based on a customer submitted 2D Troop logo.
New! Metallic finishes on our concrete bas relief sculptures. The metallics come in many different colors from silver and pewter, to gold, copper and bronze. On this first sample we applied a darker gold tone to a black under base. More samples with different variations of under base and metallic highlight color to come. #expectnomercy 101st CAB, Wings of Destiny
D Co 2-160th 'Workhorse'. Really loved carving out this plaque especially since the customer provided such a nice piece of wood to work with and had the great idea to have us cut a slot on the backside of the plaque in order to have a sword appear to be piercing through it. We'll certainly be adding this idea to our repertoire. The customer wanted to sand and apply the finish himself, so this is the piece in its rough state, straight off the router with almost no sanding. We also made a laser engraved plate (not seen) that will be applied into the recessed slot on the bottom after he applies that finish.
Lombard Design added 6 photos and a video.August 22nd, 2017 at 10:38am
Plasma cut and acid etched 12ga steel tree and leaves with vinyl wall lettering for the City of Oak Grove Kentucky City Hall. Outer ring measures 5 feet in diameter. The tree is about 36". *Check out the video of the plasma cutter cutting the steel.