Need Help Anyone know where to get the material to make this curb sign..looks cool!!!

817dallas

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Anyone knows ?
 

James Burke

Being a grandpa is more fun than working
Utterly blows my mind that it can stay adhered on porous concrete in the rain.


JB
 

Boudica

I'm here for educational purposes.
We've used alumagrahic in a few projects - great stuff. One of our projects was a giant mural on a brick wall. It works well on concrete "floor" graphics as well.
 
We've used alumagrahic in a few projects - great stuff. One of our projects was a giant mural on a brick wall. It works well on concrete "floor" graphics as well.
What kind of printer? We tried on our Seikos with solvent inks (wouldn't work on any of the five), and on our HP FB750 (looked terrible, if I recall).
 

Boudica

I'm here for educational purposes.
What kind of printer? We tried on our Seikos with solvent inks (wouldn't work on any of the five), and on our HP FB750 (looked terrible, if I recall).
Roland XR-640, and also on our HP Scitex 550 - both worked well, looked fantastic. The head height needs to be raised to high on the Roland - it's pretty thick material. If it helps to know, we always use high quality settings - I probably used "Indoor signage plus" (Onyx) on the HP.
 
Roland XR-640, and also on our HP Scitex 550 - both worked well, looked fantastic. The head height needs to be raised to high on the Roland - it's pretty thick material. If it helps to know, we always use high quality settings - I probably used "Indoor signage plus" (Onyx) on the HP.
Thanks. Maybe when I have time, I'll give it another go.
 

Boudica

I'm here for educational purposes.
It's fairly expensive actually. Bonus though - you can recycle the aluminum. Not the liner so much, the but alumagraphic material can be recycled. It's aluminum.
 

eahicks

Magna Cum Laude - School of Hard Knocks
I've found this material to be less than stellar in real life. Printing on it is near impossible on our Latex machines. Not advised.
 

MGB_LE

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WE substituted floor graphic material for this application to save a fortune. It adheres to concrete and is 1/10 the cost of the aluminum stuff. Renew every couple of years?
 
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