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Good Source for Window Perf

Discussion in 'Materials' started by System27, Mar 26, 2009.

  1. System27

    System27 Member

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    I would like to try some window perf for use with eco sol ink and was checking to see what brand and supplier would be suggested ?? Best price etc... so far what i have looked at was the orajet 3675 at about 5 bucks a running foot 24 inches wide.

    Is this the going rate ??

    Should I look elsewhere ?:help
     
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  2. Digitall

    Digitall Guest

    If you research, you will find that 3M is the ONLY cast window perf, the thinnest and most conformible. this is why the 3M gives you the best visiblity from the inside. some of the less expensive brands you will not get goods results with.
     
  3. ChicagoGraphics

    ChicagoGraphics Major Contributor

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    I been using Clear Focus from day one and never had any problems with it. I would never skimp to save a few pennies.
     
  4. signpro

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    Clear focus here too... so far so good. haven't used a lot of it, but been happy with what i have used.
     
  5. insignia

    insignia Very Active Member

    We use alot of Solvex perf and have been happy with it. Had a few jobs up for several years and they still look good. Definately not the most conformable but it works pretty well, seems to be very durable. If you're doing a window with any extreme curves you might have a bit of a difficult time, but we've successfully applied it to the back windows of dodge caravans and the side rear windows of honda elements, both of which have tricky glass to do, and it worked very well, no problems after about 2 years.

    BTW, are you in monticello KY or another state?
     
  6. petepaz

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    try D & P media-Dale smith
    dale@dpmedia.com
    they are in the new england area
    but he is very helpfull with info and their prices are good
    they have all kinds of digital media
     
  7. System27

    System27 Member

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    Monticello KY :)
     
  8. omgsideburns

    omgsideburns Very Active Member

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    how about some perf for UV printing. =\
     
  9. petepaz

    petepaz Major Contributor

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    these guys have all kindsdigital media
    UV (i think) and solvent

     
  10. Brendan

    Brendan Active Member

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    Second Dale at D and P...
    Real good guy and very willing to help.
     
  11. insignia

    insignia Very Active Member

    You don't happen to know Philip York or Eddie Norfleet over at the Monticello Banking Co. do you?
     
  12. System27

    System27 Member

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    I dont know Eddie but I used to work at Monticello Bank years ago and worked with Phillip then. This was probably early 90's

    Small World !!
     
  13. jawdavis

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    Definitely a 3rd recommendation for Dale at DP Media...

    I needed 6000 sq ft of 60" window perf and I needed it fast, and needed it cheap. Dale went above and beyond to find it for me. Had it from CA in 3 days and had it cheaper than any other perf I've ever used. Printed it on a HP Latex and looked great.

    Can't say enough good things about them.
     
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