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I need a Plastic type substrate 3/4 thick???

Discussion in 'General Signmaking Topics' started by Zambookajoe, Nov 20, 2010.

  1. Zambookajoe

    Zambookajoe Member

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    I need a plastice type susbrate 3/4 thick , color doesnt matter as long as its durable in cold weather and I can stick refelective to it.

    I suggested something else to my customer, but since they are always right ,well hes gonna get his way

    thanks
     
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  2. Drip Dry

    Drip Dry Very Active Member

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    Plexi or Komacell
     
  3. insignia

    insignia Very Active Member

    Acrylic or PVC, or HDU if painted. All will work well if installed properly.
     
  4. SqueeGee

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    Komacel - Be prepared, it's spendy.
     
  5. Zambookajoe

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    yeah I was suggested Komacell by Proveer and he also suggested a Brown plastic that has kinda of wood texture to it, almost double the price too, Ive never seen Komacell Ill try to find some pics

    thanks for the suggestions
     
  6. vinylbarry

    vinylbarry Active Member

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    +1 Komacel
     
  7. SqueeGee

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    It's smooth, white pvc.

    Komatex has a very slight texture and is cheaper but I'm not sure it's available in 3/4".
     
  8. Johnny Go

    Johnny Go New Member

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    We use sentra (syntra) for durable outdoor signs up in the Canadian north
     
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