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Need Help Cleanroom Signs

Discussion in 'General Signmaking Topics' started by Todd Williams, Jan 2, 2019.

  1. Todd Williams

    Todd Williams New Member

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    Is there a standard substrate and print / laminating process that is standard for Cleanroom signs?
    What is everyone using for this type of sign ?
     
  2. Gino

    Gino Premium Subscriber

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    Ahh, can you explain what that is ?? Is that a sign you hang on the cleaning closet or a room for surgery ?? What's a cleanroom sign ??

    edit: it shows you just joined today, but weren't you a member before ??​
     
  3. netsol

    netsol Very Active Member

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    todd,
    "everyone" may be a smaller group than you think (at least there are two of us)
    my experience goes way back, in the data recovery business.

    these days i occasionally send a drive out to a vendor in florida, i will ask them for current specs for a class 3 clean room. lets see what i get..
     
  4. Johnny Best

    Johnny Best Very Active Member

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    Never made a cleanroom sign but I would think you would have to have them run a test for particle contamination so when Kirk gets beamed down he does not get your DNA left on the laminate mixed in with his.
     
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  5. unclebun

    unclebun Very Active Member

    If you do a google search for cleanroom signs, it looks like the vast majority out there are screenprinted polystyrene .010" or .015", selling for about $7. Some are vinyl decals to stick on glass or walls.
     
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  6. Todd Williams

    Todd Williams New Member

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    Awesome, I appreciate the assistance
     
  7. Todd Williams

    Todd Williams New Member

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    I was a member back when i had my own shop - unfortunately my email address was taken with my web site so I lost access. Haven't had time to really post on here much but I am looking forward to getting back into the mix. Closed my shop in 2014 and took a position as an outside sales rep at a Fastsigns in the area.
     
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