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Corrugated Plastic

November 30th, 2009 Comments off

Corrugated plastic (CORO) is a light weight, low cost material. It can be used indoors, and outdoors for short term signage (12 months).

Coro comes in a variety of colors, some of the most popular are white and yellow. It is 1/8″ thick, and comes up to a maximum size of 4′x8′.
Popular uses for coro are: Real estate signage, bandit signs, political signs, directional signs, special event and promotional signage.

PVC Plastic

November 30th, 2009 Comments off

PVC plastic is a versatile material that comes with smooth, matte, white finish.  It is an excellent choice for long term indoor signage.

We offer PVC in 5 different thicknesses, 1mm, 2mm, 3mm (1/8″), 6mm (1/4″) and 10mm.

Popular uses are architectural signage, point of purchase displays, trade shows, indoor directional signage, menu boards, and directories.

3mm PVC is the most popular thickness and is available in a several colors.  White, Black, Grey, and Yellow are popular choices.

6mm PVC is also available in White, Black, and Grey.

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Screenprinted Signs

November 30th, 2009 Comments off

Screenprinted signs are an economical option for 25 or more signs that are all the same.

They are typically made out of corrugated plastic, with printing on one or both sides.  The typical size is 18″ x 24″.

Typical uses for screenprinted signs are for business promotion, real estate, directional, and political signs.  This type of sign is also known as bandit signs.

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Engraved Signs

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Engraved signs are made of plastic, and are widely used as name plates or firecode signs.

Engraved signs can be used with ADA signs, as a cheaper option for when tactile lettering isn’t needed.  Engraved signs are available in a wide variety of colors and custom sizes.

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ADA Signs

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We can supply signs to meet the American with Disabilities Act Requirements.

ADA signs have raised tactile letering or numbers, as well as the required tactile braille.  They are typically made out of plastic, and can be made to fit your design requirements and color schemes.

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