Sign & Digital Graphics

Recognized Supplier Guide ’19

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • March 2019 • 45 is over. Or if you're using them to deco- rate a home; clients can decide if they'd like a different design from time to time without damaging walls as well. Getting into this market requires an investment in some new equipment, some education in wall prep, material choices and application techniques as well as asking the right questions. Getting Started Joe Walton, Senior Application Engineer for 3M Commercial Solutions Division, St. Paul, Minnesota, says that producing wall graphics and other wraps could require purchasing some new equipment such as a printer, laminator and finishing tools. "There are many options on the mar- ket, so it's important to figure out which option makes the most sense for your shop based on the kinds of projects you will be working on," Walton says. "For those who want to learn more about the industry and what's available, trade (Image courtesy of Roland DGA.) OneTen cycle image uses 3M Controltac Print Film 40C. (Image courtesy of 3M) NEVER pass up the opportunity to bid a LARGE SIGN PROJECT again! From one sign to thousands of signs, Clarke Systems will build your signs while you BUILD YOUR SALES! HOSPITALS • UNIVERSITIES CONDOS • SENIOR CARE CORPORATIONS • ARENAS CONTACT US TODAY FOR A QUOTE OR SAMPLE! 800-331-1891 WAYFINDING & INTERIOR ARCHITECTURAL SIGN SYSTEMS

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