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Discussion in 'Digital Printing' started by dlndesign, Nov 3, 2009.

  1. dlndesign

    dlndesign Active Member

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    I keep forgetting what the hell this stuff is called. Its a Media and a Laminate that work together. You Print it and then laminate this thick lam over it and you would use it for sliding inserts or possibly even a trade show graphic to curve around some thing. Help!
     
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    dlndesign Active Member

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  3. sfr table hockey

    sfr table hockey Very Active Member

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    Not sure if what you are wanting is mainly a thicker laminate that gives rigidity to graphics. If so Mondrian Hall (Unisource just bought them) has a line of laminates from 5mm to 15mm. One is called Print Shield Polycarbonate. About 3-4 times the cost of regular laminate.

    I have never seen this or tried it.
     
  4. dlndesign

    dlndesign Active Member

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    Polycarb, I think thats what it was.
    Anyone else know this material?
     
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