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CoroGreen

Discussion in 'Think Green!' started by amw, Mar 5, 2012.

  1. amw

    amw Member

    Has anyone tried these?

    An opaque white corrugated plastic
    Ccorona-treated for a printable surface
    Black core
    100% recyclable, reusable, polypropylene composition
    Ideal for indoor or outdoor signage
    Sustainable alternative to Luan, Chipboard and Plywood

    (info copied from wensco website)

    Thanks,
    Marsha
     
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  2. Gino

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    Just not quite sure of the question ??
     
  3. amw

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    coroplast as an alternative to plywood?
     
  5. Gino

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    Still don't get it. Sounds like you have three or four questions blended into one.
     
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    We did product testing and printed their tradeshow panels for them. What specifically are you looking to find out about this material? Printability, durability...?
     
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    On the link it just states printable. With what eco-sol, uv, latex, sol silk screen ink, uv silk screen ink?
    Also do you need to lam after for outdoors?
    Thanks Bruce
     

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