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I was wondering how you apply a decal/vinyl to Coroplast if the image is 1 solid piece? I can understand that if it was multiple pieces, you'd use some transfer tape to make aligning the images easier, but if it's one solid piece, would you still need transfer tape?
Could the decal be applied like in Steve's Seramark installation video....cut the center of the backing material, hold it down from the center, and squeegee one half as you peel the backing, then do the same on the other half?
Are there any other methods, tips, or tricks? It's a simple square graphic and after applied, I'll cut the coroplast to shape.
Joe, We use the Big Squeegee.
Big Squeegee and/or laminator used here.
The Big Squeege is a great tool! Just make sure you line it the flutes correctly in the coroplast or you'll get bubbles.
I have one and I love it!
I like to use a roll laminator to do this. Its really quite simple.
This works great!!
Here's a video that is similar only here they are applying overlaminate film to a printed graphic.
I have a nice little Drytac laminator that makes this really easy to do.
Hope that helps!
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