This is an example of printed and cut adhesive vinyl being used in a museum display at the Museum of the White Mountains at Plymouth State University.
In this case, we printed the artwork on our wallboard vinyl, which is an adhesive vinyl that uses a “sticky note” adhesive that comes off with no residue left on the wall. We use it for a lot of museum work because they change their exhibits frequently, and wallboard vinyl allows them to do that with a minimum of fuss.
The wallboard vinyl was then cut out to the shape you see on our Summa cutter. Normally you’ll see us using that machine for cutting vinyl letters for window signage, but this is a not uncommon application.
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