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Basketball Court Graphics

Discussion in 'General Signmaking Topics' started by Tim AFX, Jun 15, 2011.

  1. Tim AFX

    Tim AFX New Member

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    I have a customer who wants to add logos to an exsisting basketball court.
    They only need to be on for a week during a wheel chair basketball event.
    3m is recommending IJ40 with 3m 3645 Floor Graphic overlaminate.
    Has anyone ever tried this?
     
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  2. TyrantDesigner

    TyrantDesigner Art! Hot and fresh.

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    stuff works ... used some for floor graphics in a mall store few years back ... just make sure to overlap the laminate onto the floor itself by an inch or two and you should be fine.
     
  3. JWesthead

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    Try out 3648...cheaper short term. Not textured but still thick. I disagree with the overlap onto the floor. Aggressive stuff....be careful to not rip the clearcoat off the ball floor.
     
  4. petepaz

    petepaz Major Contributor

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    i would definately worn them of possible clear coat coming up when removing. it shouldn't happen but if the floor hasn't been cared for properly anything is possible.
    stranger things have happened so at least if you make them aware of it you don't end up fitting the bill to get the floor repaired
     
  5. Tim AFX

    Tim AFX New Member

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    Thanks for all your help.
     
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