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In sign making this is typically a vinyl film that is applied to the back of light box faces to diffuse the light from the fluorescent tubes.
Signs and advertising that is usually displayed on LCD screens via computer software, much like TV screens.
In the sign trade this refers to large format printing.
A specification description of a letter, logo or symbol, either cut out, cast, molded or fabricated in material such as metal or plastic to create a raised condition.
Signs designed to provide direction to pedestrian and vehicular traffic.
A sign that identifies the names and locations of tenants in a building.
A sign with two parallel opposing (back-to-back) faces.
Double-Strike / Two Layer
Typically means printing with two layers of ink so the image is double density for illuminated and lightbox signage so when illuminated the image doesn’t appear ‘washed out’.