If you have a large format poster printing or some other piece with excessive dimensions, you will likely have to glue it before being able to display it in any art gallery, forum, event, lawn mowing business or a vancouver dentist office. Before you can glue your large format printing project, consider a few variables to ensure that you achieve the results you’re looking for.
Every type of glue available on the market has it’s own properties as it relates to the kind of material that it bonds to best, how long it maintains adhesion, the application process involved, and more. These are all very important factors that will impact the quality and finish of your completed pieces.
To help you get a better understanding of what glues work best for large format printing projects before you hire a Coquitlam printing company, we’re going to give you a detailed breakdown below.
As stated previously, the material that your large format printing project is made from will be the sole factor in determining what type of glue you should use. Take a look below to see some of the most commonly used glue types and how they differ per application.
Now that you know more about the various types of glue options out there for your large format printing project, you can contact this Coquitlam print shop to ask us what printing materials we offer that work best for your project. You can find a reliable Coquitlam printer who will walk with you throughout the entire process to ensure your next print project comes out
perfectly. Use these tips so that your next large format printing projects come out stunning!
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