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Mall graphics

Discussion in 'Digital Printing' started by Skillsaw, Jun 12, 2012.

  1. Skillsaw

    Skillsaw Member

    Jun 30, 2009
    Sorry if this is in the wrong forum

    Have a quick question. Have a job to quote for a yogurt store in the local mall. They are in one of the kiosk. They are wanting me to print their menu's that hang up and some images on each corner of the kiosk.

    My question is: What material would be best for this? Would it be possible to use print media on this and just not peel the backing paper off? (It will be behind a glass/plexiglass frame with a border... so all the customer will see is the actual print). Is something along the lines of GFPhoto240 what I need to go with? I saw that in the Fellers catalog.

    Am I correct in assuming it will need to be laminated since it will be pressed against the glass?

    Thanks in advance.

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