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Aluminium

Aluminium is designed primarily for outdoor applications, and will not rust. Aluminium is lightweight, yet sturdy. It is the ideal choice for real estate and traffic signage.

Due to its manufacturing process, the surface is often very oily. Cleaning is very important to get the surface prepared for signing. Most aluminium is powdercoated prior to signing, and is rarely signed raw.

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aluminium.txt · Last modified: 2008/03/24 00:56 by andrew ritchie
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Transparent Material

Transparent material is best described as a colour tint.

It is totally see through and is not designed for backlit signage unless it is applied over an opaque film, usually white translucent material.

Most commonly used to cover over white reflective, or to add tones or colours to other colours, it is not widely used, and comes in limited colours.

Its most common use is applying computer cut lettering over materials like white Class 1 Diamond Reflective, that can't be easily cut with a standard vinyl cutter, or over glass for a unique and short term effect.

 
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