Computer History Museum by Exhibit Concepts Uses GRAPHIC-AL Signage

Computer History Museum by Exhibit Concepts Uses GRAPHIC-AL Signage

Saturday, February 4, 2012

Computer History Museum
Exhibit Concepts, OH
California, USA

The photographic lambda graphics were affixed to 40,000 sq. ft. of GRAPHIC-AL LT. GRAPHIC-AL LT is workable, durable and has endless applications for point-of-purchase (POP) displays. The graphics were attached to the product with a MACtac adhesive and then over-laminated with a matte finish. This product is most frequently used for freestanding displays, kiosks, interior and exterior signage, and billboards.

GRAPHIC-AL LT is a light and tough ALPOLIC aluminum composite material composed of 0.010” aluminum skins which give the panel both flexibility and strength. It is workable with cutter, router and bender for processing, yet it withstands external loading after installation. GRAPHIC-AL LT is a reversible panel, coil-coated with polyester paints, that is compatible with graphic films and screen-printing.

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