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Old 02-19-2020, 03:47 PM
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Last spring I remade some tee signs for a local course using vinyl.
Which course got the new signage?
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Old 02-19-2020, 03:52 PM
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Which course got the new signage?
Ella Sharp. Did the graphic files for free and they covered the cost of the vinyl signs. Was around $11.00 per printed hole sign. The original ones were outsourced to some non disc golf company and listed all distances in Yards.

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No, so I emailed them real quick.
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I have been in the graphic industry for around 12 years. I would suggest using a vinyl with air release channels so that anyone could install them without getting a lot of bubbles. I would suggest a vinyl with a more permanent adhesive such as 3M IJ35 it is cheaper than the vehicle wrap vinyl (IJ180). To help with durability I would have the shop that is producing the bands apply a thicker laminate to them. I suggest a floor wrap laminate. If you have experience installing vinyl without bubbles you could always use an inexpensive calendard vinyl with a thick laminate. Good luck to everyone considering doing this. It will look cool no doubt.

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