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Topic: Suitcase Table banner help
Message: Posted by: Nathan Alexander (Jan 5, 2006 11:45AM)
I do sooo much back-reading here but after a couple hours(!) this morning I hope I don't step on any feet with regards to re-posting something I should have read more up on.

So here's the question. I want to add a laminated banner (simple in design) to my suitcase table. So far, I assumed I would just create a pdf file of what I want then bring it to kinko's and have them print and laminate.

Does this sound like the best solution? Then I would stick some velcro adhesieves on the back and voila!

Is this a cost efficient and decent way to go? Thanks.

Nathan
Message: Posted by: Jeff Haas (Jan 5, 2006 12:15PM)
Check into one of your local sign making shops, they may be able to help you more than Kinko's can. Here's an example of a chain of sign shops:

http://www.signarama.com

Find one of these, or a similar shop, near you and drop in and see what they've got. I think you might want one of those signs printed on something that can be rolled up and stored in the case.
Message: Posted by: Regan (Jan 5, 2006 12:29PM)
I was going to suggest a sign maker also. There is one in my area that make s custom decals for car windshields, etc. They can print off any design you bring in from a computer, or they have tons and tons of their own to choose from. They make magnetic signs and also signs from a lightweight, plastic material that might fill your needs.

Regan
Message: Posted by: Nathan Alexander (Jan 5, 2006 01:33PM)
Thanks guys, I am gonna check them out. They're a few in my area for sure (now that I look!).

Nathan
Message: Posted by: David Bilan (Jan 5, 2006 02:24PM)
Nathan,

The sign shops may also print on "canvas" or fabric. Check out Google.

Laminated material can throww off quite a glare if the light hits it right (wrong). It has a tendency to crease and it is hard to keep a curl out of it.

Fabric will be more expensive, but it also looks more professional and is very durable, provided you take care of it.

David
Message: Posted by: John C (Jan 6, 2006 03:21PM)
Here's the best one I've found for vinyl banners. Desing yours on the web fast turnaround. Mine was desinged on the web and I received it two days later.

http://sugarhousebanners.com/