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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by gtjet, Jun 3, 2005.

  1. gtjet

    gtjet Active Member

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    Just found the site, like what I've seen and read. We are not just new to the site but to the sign bus. too. Definitely need all the I can get. (hate to admit it but it has taken me about 20 minutes just to figure out how to post a thread, so it might take me a while to figure out how to reply too.

    The we is my 17 year old son Eric, my better half - my wife Pearl, my 21 year old daughter Nicole & myself Glenn.

    Nice to meet you all and we look forward to chatting.

    While I'm here I might as well ask a burning question. Has anyone experience with laying printed vinyl graphics on a basketball court that will be finished over with gym seal? I've heard it works but the gym guys I work with are afriad the gym seal will lift or separate over the graphic and also they are worried about it being raised. We currently provide them with stencil mask so they can paint on the graphic and that works great. Thanks in advance. gtj
     
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  2. TC49010

    TC49010 Active Member

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    :Welcome: to :signs101: Lots of helpful people and tons of information!!
    Trixie
     
  3. dynawg

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    Someone here will probably have an answer.. Welcome!

    Bob P.
     
  4. marty whiteside

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    :Welcome: dont know about the basketball graphic .can you tryed a scaled

    down virsion. for practice:help: just an idea.
     
  5. Fred Weiss

    Fred Weiss Merchant Member

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    Welcome to the boards Glenn.
     
  6. rockongraphix

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    :Welcome: 2 :signs101:
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  7. nodrenim

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    Welcome friends, we all have to start somewhere, sometime, somehow, even me. Hope you have much success. I've been in the business 45 years and most of it has been a blast. You will get much help here, all you have to do is ask.
     
  8. cbcie

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    Have no clue about your question, but welcome! This board has been great for me to learn from.

    Cheryl
     
  9. gtjet

    gtjet Active Member

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    Thanks for a warm welcome everyone.
     
  10. Dennis Raap

    Dennis Raap Active Member

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    Hi Glenn!!
     
  11. jimdes

    jimdes Active Member

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    Welcome!
     
  12. Leondo

    Leondo Member

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    :Welcome: :help: :thumb:
     
  13. There is a local shop here that does a lot of basketball court graphics. They use the vinyl for masking the design for paint. They do not put it under the seal.
     
  14. Marlene

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    Hi:Welcome:
     
  15. gtjet

    gtjet Active Member

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    Thanks Dave.
     
  16. Lane Booth

    Lane Booth Member

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    Welcome to :signs101:
     
  17. Welcome. Great to have ya!

    :Welcome:
     
  18. Steve Orin

    Steve Orin New Member

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    Not new to signage but am plotting on buying a plotter... A friend suggested this forum. Looks like I've lotsa reading ta do! Mebbee I kin even offer some help in the paint field - my prime subject.
    Eggscuze the humor... I'll keep it clean but I'm known as Airhead fer a reason.
     
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