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Airport FAA approved signs-Lumicurve, retroflective

Discussion in 'General Signmaking Topics' started by tamias, Jan 21, 2011.

  1. tamias

    tamias New Member

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    Hi everyone. I've got a bid for some airport runway signs. They consist of lumicurve with retroflective material as a backing. Has anyone done these types of signs before?? When I looked up lumicurve, the company that makes it sells the product as a finished box sign..but I'm wondering where to get the lumicurve material (or something similar) along with the retroflective vinyl. I would think you could use lexan or some type of acrylic...it just needs to be FAA approved signage(able to handle wind load and temp). Any input would be greatly aprreciated.
    Hope everyone is keeping busy, and what a great forum for reference and information exchange. ;-)
    Jason
    Perfectsigns.com
     
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    tamias New Member

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    lol, nice. I misspelled lumicurve...should be lumacurve.
     

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