Review the types of materials we use.
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Acrylic: Acrylic is a durable plastic material also known as Plexiglas. This material is a glass substitute, but it is more durable than glass. The Acrylic material has 5 types: Clear, Colored, Frosted and Translucent. Clear Acrylic looks Similar to glass, as it does not have any color and is fully transparent
Aluminum: The main advantages of using Aluminum are directly connected to its superior properties like - easy formability, strength, lightweightness, recyclability, natural corrosion and scratch resistance.
Backlit Vinyl: Backlit Vinyl is a highly Adhesive material often used for making illuminated signs. The sticky side of the material is applied to the Acrylic or Lexan material with back illumination, creating beautiful and eye-catching display.
Brushed Aluminum: As a result of the polishing process of the aluminum, Brush effect is obtained. Brushed Aluminum now is among the best materials to use for interior branding with its new, modern look. Due to the metallic pattern, Brushed Aluminum material is preferred decorative choice for different industries.
Canvas: Canvas is a Polyester and Cotton blend material often used for printing. The printed material is stretched on a wooden frame creating beautiful decorations.
Clear Adhesive Vinyl: This is a completely transparent material with high adhesiveness. Clear Vinyl can be printed on and used for business as well as decorative purposes.
Coroplast: Coroplast is also known as Corrugated plastic. The material consists of a plastic zig-zagged between two other plastic sheets. Coroplast is a great signage material for both indoor and outdoor applications.
DiBond: Dibond is the lightweight alternative to Aluminum. It is polyethylene core sandwiched between two sheets of Aluminum.
FoamBoard: Foamboard is a material often used in the sign making industry consisting of a foam core bonded between two durable cardboard sheets.
Frosted Vinyl: Frosted Vinyl is an adhesive material used for making Decals. The material has some translucency which makes it perfect for using on windows.
GatorBoard: Gatorboard is a lightweight material often used to makes various types of signs. The material consists of a foam core bonded between two sheets of polystyrene.
Magnetic Material: The Magnet is a thin but highly-adhesive material, which can be fixed to almost all metallic surfaces. These can be used for making business as well as personal signs.
Opaque Vinyl: Opaque Vinyl is a highly adhesive and durable material used in the signage industry for making Decals. The material has zero transparency and is great for interior and exterior applications.
PVC: PVC is widely used material among sign makers. The material is great for indoor and outdoor applications. The versatility of the material allows us to make all types of signage from business to decorative.
Perforated Vinyl: Perforated Vinyl is often used for making Window Decals. This is a special material providing a touch of privacy without covering the view from the inside. All this is possible due to the small holes in the material.
Plywood: Plywood is a more durable type of wood. It is the combination of several thin layers of wood veneers cross-bonded together with glue. This makes plywood denser and hit resistant, even pressure cannot break it as it is slightly bendable.
Styrene: Styrene is a plastic material, which is an alternative to PVC but is a more durable type of a material. This material can be used not only indoors but outdoors as well.
UltraBoard: Ultraboard is a durable material consisting of a strong foam core bonded between two sheets of polystyrene.
Vinyl Banner Material: Vinyl Banners are often used in the sign making industry for creating eye-grabbing promotional signs. The material is perfect for printing and can serve as an effective advertising tool.