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wikisignpedia officially launches in Beta Version

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Over 426 sign wiki's now submitted.

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wiki updated due to glitch in post count. This glitch has now been rectified.

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Wikisignpedia has now been launched in beta-version to 15 trustee members of UKSB only.

We would like to encourage members to contribute as much as possible. Particularly on information based on their geographical location.

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Damper

A print damper sits above each of the heads on a printer. whilst the head is docked the damper fills with ink. as the head begins printing and moving from side to side, it is fed ink by the damper sitting above it. as the damper empties, the head returns to its docking position for a refill. dampers also act as a sort of last filter of the ink before it enters the head.

dampers cost around £20 each and can be fitted pretty easily by a steady, careful hand. cheap dampers can deteriorate quickly if used in solvent machines.

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damper.txt · Last modified: 2008/08/29 23:13 by gary russell
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Flat cut lettering

Flat cut lettering is the term used to describe cut out lettering made from sheet materials such as Foam PVC, Acrylic, Dibond Aluminium, MDF.

The lettering can be cut by hand using a fret saw but more often today is produced using a CNC router.

This type of lettering is usually fitted using Stand Off Locators which leaves the lettering standing proud off the backing material (be that a wooden fascia or a brick wall etc).

 
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