Boston Uncommon, LLC
Eric Boston is the founder and managing partner of Boston Uncommon, LLC, a creative production firm specializing in custom signage and display systems. Prior to launching his own business, Eric was a post-acute healthcare executive with multi-state operational oversight. During his healthcare career, he saw ways to enhance the operational appearance of his facilities and began to acquire the equipment to manufacture those visions into functional installations. Many of those original designs are now distributed in senior living facilities across the country.
Legacy Woodworking Machinery was a part of the equipment acquisition for Boston and he currently is using his third Legacy machine, a Maverick 4×8 through their excellent upgrade program.
Eric uses his Maverick extensively in his mixed media creations that have been commissioned by his clients in healthcare, higher education, municipal governments, theater productions, as well as national conventions and trade shows.
Boston Uncommon uses the Maverick 4×8 to process High-Density Urethane, Aluminum, Acrylic, MDF, in addition to traditional wood substrates. Processing full sheet components is a breeze with the capacity and nesting features in Aspire.
To date, the largest single project completed on the Maverick is a carved scripture monument measuring 22 feet tall by 32 feet wide and installed in a Bible Theme Park in North Carolina. The project was made using twenty-four 4’x8’ HDU panels all pieced together. The letters were pocket milled 0.25” deep and paint filled.
Adding architectural/dimensioned letters to signage projects greatly enhances their appearance and value. Legacy’s machinery makes it easy to approach projects with confidence regardless of the size demands. Additionally, the technical support readily available with the Legacy team is invaluable.
With some ingenuity, there are simply no size limitations with the Maverick machine and it is an uncommonly good addition to the Boston Uncommon team
“We think of our Legacy CNC as a functional member of our production team. When it is running, we are able to run corresponding components on the laser and wide format printer with the confidence that all will fit seamlessly and multiply our efficiency in completing designs with precision and quality. “–Eric Boston, TN