dry erase board

JBurton

Signtologist
No laminator on hand?
Lay the board on a table, center hinge it, and stick one side then the other. Or just get some matte dibond and call it a dry erase board.
 

DeadDoc

New Member
Lamination works great in a pinch but there are other overlays you can purchase for it which may or may not work better, just make sure cold mount for glossy substrates, IIRC. We outsource for it but we have a roll laminator on-site.
 

Bill Modzel

New Member
There's a gloss coated masonite they they sell at Home Depot. I'd cut it into chunks and grid it with vinyl stripes for use as tracking jobs. Used wipe off markers on it.
 
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