Color Core Signs

color core sign

Colored Core Sign

I saw this museum sign on a recent trip to Florida. It’s cut from a material called “ColorCore” which in this case is a piece of 1/2″ plastic with a white core and green faces. Instead of printing on the plastic, we use our digital die cutter to engrave through the colored layer to the white layer below. This gives something that’s really durable and UV stable.

Our digital die cutter gets a lot of use. Simple things like cutting circles in Sintra are easily done with it. As are special shapes and cut-out letters. Sometimes we use the digital die cutter just for shapes, and sometimes we print on the Sintra and then cut out the shapes. It all depends on what the customer wants!

 

About Jay Buckley

Owner of MegaPrint Inc.
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