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Best Sign Board Panels for Your Company Signage

If you are confused on which is the best sign board panels to use for your company signage, you are not alone! The choices in sign substrate materials are U-N-L-I-M-I-T-E-D!

Therefore so as to give you straight answers on substrate material we’ve complied a list of the most often used sign board panels to help ease the decision making process.

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FOAM BOARDS • Such as Foam-X, Ryno and Gatorfoam are lightweight and rigidity; virtually all are formable. For example: Gatorfoam can be used to fabricate the “tin man” as seen in the “Wizard of Oz.” Foamboards are available in stock or custom colors. Stock thickness run from  1/16″ – 1/2″. Some are offered in thicker dimensions as custom sheets. Gatorfoam, for example, is available in 3/16″ – 1 1/2″ thickness and with a good quality pigmented water base coating or other U.V. barrier and proper support to avoid bowing, Gatorfoam can have exterior exposure for long periods of time and show little change in either the face or the core.

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RIGID PVC FOAM PANELS • Such as Sintra, Trovicel, Celtec, Viacom, and Komacel have numerous desirable qualities for signs and displays. PVC sheets can’t delaminate, the colored stock is homogeneous throughout the thickness of the material. Also, the density of moderately expanded PVC foam is quite great, therefore, these sheets can be drilled, screwed into and otherwise treated like wood. Foamed PVC material is also formable as are foam boards, however, PVC materials advantage over foam boards is it’s formability using local heat sources. PVC sheets such as Celtec brand are available in thickness from 3mm – 13mm and in 4′ X 8′ sheets. They too can be ordered at a custom size.

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SIGN FOAM • A relatively new medium is a unique, molded, high density, urethane foam panel. The physical properties of sign foam makes it a viable substitute for wood, marble/stone, concrete, fiberglass, and metal, yet all at substantially lower fabrication cost. Sign foam is available in 15# and 18# density.

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Sign board panels by RJsSigns.com

Sign board panels by RJsSigns.com

MDO BOARD • An exterior grade plywood sign board panel with a smooth surface and an opaque brownish colored surface.  It can either be used for background panels or individual letters. MDO board thickness range from 3/8″ – 1/2″.  As you can see, in addition to the usual, concrete, aluminum, sandblasted redwood, carved wood and sheet metal, there are many other sign options available. Therefore, it is good idea to get an understanding of which sign board panel is best to use to ensure long lasting durability for years to come.

 Contact  RJsSigns For additional

information on sign board panels.

 

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3 Responses to Best Sign Board Panels for Your Company Signage

  1. Wow, I didn’t know there were so many different types of boards. I’m looking to advertise my company a little more. I have also noticed that there are signs all over the place. I think I need to get in the game and make some signs. I just hope my co-workers and I can find the best one for our company.

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