Sign & Digital Graphics

July '17

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And we've come to the end of another packed edition of Sign & Digital Graphics. So let's review: M A T T D I X O N , S D G M A N A G I N G E D I T O R BACK PAGE C O M I N G I N A U G U S T . . . What we've learned… Digital signage equipment can be state of the art, but if the message isn't connecting with viewers, then it's a waste of money. Page 26 Don't take shortcuts when creating your attach- ment details for electric signs. The time you save may not be enough to justify the time it takes to re-do your submittal application. Page 29 When longevity and ease-of-use are important, plastics are the first thought for sign makers. Page 84 There are many options for films for wraps and digital graphics. Want to check out a new option? Try asking for a free sample. Page 62 There are two rules for whether you need a specific wrap tool or not. Does it make you faster, and does it improve the quality of your work? Page 46 Channel Letters Learn the best way to populate your channel letters with LEDs without using too many or too few. Paint Protection Films Paint protection and window tinting are similar enough to wrapping vehicles that it could be a logical step to add to your services if you don't already provide them. 96 • July 2017 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S

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