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wikisignpedia officially launches in Beta Version


Over 426 sign wiki's now submitted.


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


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.

Thank you…

Robert Lambie


Flex Europa

Flex-Europa was formed in early 1992 to serve the international Sign and larger format Digital Printing Industries.

Since this time we have been in the forefront of membrane development keeping pace with the march of new Digital printing technology. Our printable products are now used by industry leading machines (Vutek, Nur, Scitex, Ijet, Roland, HP, Mimaki, Mutoh…) in film/theatre back drops, backlit and frontlit billboards, advertising, construction covers, point of sales and many more applications.

Factory Our aim is to specialise in flexible reinforced PVC vinyl and printing textiles with complemented products for the signage, printing and architectural industries and offer a fully integrated component system.

Products include:

  • Euroflex
  • Eurojet
  • Eurolite
  • Euromesh
  • Eurofab

Flex-Europa's Head Office is in West Sussex, England. They also have regional offices with warehouses in Turkey, Slovakia, to cover Europe and Jordan, UAE, Egypt for Middle East. They also service America through our USA office/warehouse.

  • Head Office contact details
  • Regional contact details

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Trestles can bought individually, but a pair of trestles is required.

Trestles can be bought upto 12ft high. A catwalk or staging as some call it, spans between one tresle to the other. the trestle is around 3ft wide at the bottom, tapering in more tearer the top.

The catwalk is approx 2.5ft wide.

both trestle and catwalk are manufactured in either Timber or aluminium. the timber trestle & catwalk are much heavier and also break easier than the aluminium alternative.

Trestles make an excellent work platform for general signage upto shopfront hieght & vinyl installation upto artic truck & trailer size.

Trestles are very quick and easy to setup. they are also a very stable working platform.

It is advised to check on working regulations in your area or country, as well as the required safe working hieght to work with trestles without a barrier / hand rail system, in place.

like the catwalk, a barrier can be purchased complete and ready to clip onto the catwalk quick and easyily.


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