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Need Wood grain ASB laminate or similar flexible plastic sheet velcrowed POP Display

Discussion in 'Product and Supplier Referrals' started by aluminumwelder, May 18, 2013.

  1. aluminumwelder

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    i found this ONE vendor
    http://www.rssupplyinc.com/abs_woodgrain.aspx
    but their product is rather expensive, does anyone know of a similar woodgrain plastic sheet? I prefer Chery oak, but any medium toned woodgrain plastic sheet is fine.
    I can't use plastic laminate because it cracks too easily for these portable displays that will be moved every week.
    thanks in adavnce for any help.
     
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  2. rubo

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    does it have to be plastic? can you use wood veneer?
     
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  4. aluminumwelder

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    thanks

    cool this was exactly what I was looking for at $3 to $4/ sq ft it is a bit more than I wanted to spend, but I'm sure my customers will love how it looks. Hope they are willing to pay an extra $400 to wrap our booths in this stuff.
     
  5. johnnysigns

    johnnysigns Very Active Member

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    We digitally print UV direct to board when we need custom stuff. Cheaper than $3-$4 per square is gonna be tough to come by though, unless it's juicy quantities.
     
  6. bob

    bob Major Contributor

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    I've used high pressure laminate flooring. Available most everywhere. Relatively cheap, light weight, the butt joints are close to invisible, inexpensive, and comes in a bewildering array of wood tones and patterns.
     
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