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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.

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Pizazz Multi Mount Standoff System

Enhance the presentation and mounting of graphic materials in visually dramatic, quick change-out displays.

The Pizazz Multi-Mount Standoff System is a flexible mounting and fastener system made from brass, stainless steel, or plastic – currently 15% glass filled nylon. It enhances the presentation and mounting (including 3D) of graphic materials in visually dramatic and quick change-out systems. Their patents stem from a 3-piece integrated design system rather than the predominant 2-piece systems sold by others. This allows for the graphic material inserts to be changed without removing the mounting system from its wall or display unit.

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Translucent Material

Translucent is often confused with Transparent.

They are not the same. Translucent material is an opaque film that has a solid colour throughout, that enables light to be applied behind the film, giving a full rich colour.

Most translucent materials are made from cast materials, or high grade polymeric film.

Normal computer cut vinyl that is not rated as translucent, will have a mottley appearence when light is applied from behind.

Cheaper materials like 3M series 50, or Oracal 551 have translucent properties, but do not let as much light through as a true translucent film, resulting in a less than vibrant result.

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