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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


VMP - Vinyl Master Pro Software

VinylMaster Pro's user interface puts all the designing tools you'll ever need right at your fingertips, while the convenient pop-up menus mean that your screen is never cluttered. For it's price tag, VMP is a great competitor against some of the higher end sign software packages.

  • Text Features
  • Vehicle Templates
  • Shapes Tools
  • Distortions
  • Color Charts

Included Modules:

  • Scanning & Tracing
  • Curve Editing
  • Import/Export
  • Welding Module
  • Special Effects
  • Image Cut
  • Vinyl Spooler
  • Speed-Weeding
  • Estimation
  • Large Format Digital Printing (RIP)

can you better this wiki entry?  If so, juct click edit and then save.
vmp.txt · Last modified: 2008/03/11 12:42 by andrew ritchie
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Pressure sensitive vinyl decal products were introduced to the auto industry about 30 years ago. Those old vinyl decals were calendered, thick and difficult to work with. Most all applications were done using dry app methods, with poor results. Some manufacturers advised soap and water applications. Often the substrate was cleaned with a shop rag that had been exposed to numerous varieties of solvents.

Cleaning with oil-based solvents, using cloth towels or commercial paper towels just added to the contamination problem and prohibited good bonding. Soapy water generates foam, so bubbles were easily trapped under the vinyl. If that wasn't enough, the soap and water mixed with contaminating solvent residues and would take hours to bond. Obviously no one was thrilled about applying vinyl in those days.

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