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Plastic Welding in the Sign and Banner Industry

By weldadmin | December 21, 2015

What’s the difference between Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) and Polyethylene? Both materials are waterproof; although, PVC is slightly more-so PVC is much more fire resistant than Polyethylene Both materials can either be hard and brittle or soft and malleable   What are the typical uses for PVC and Polyethylene? PVC is typically used in plumbing components, […]

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T300 Extreme Flex Videos

By weldadmin | November 16, 2015

The T300 Extreme Flex, our most versatile welder, is used in awning, inflatable, banner, marine, tarp and tent industries. This machine gives you the ability to use hot air or hot wedge welding and an unlimited array of seam types. Plus, it’s easy to use and provides consistent speed, accuracy and productivity. See for yourself […]

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Why Sign Makers are Using Polyethylene

By weldadmin | November 09, 2015

Miller Weldmaster has successfully been welding polyethylene in the agricultural and geomembrane industries for over 30 years and is now excited to see the sign industry adopting polyethylene.               Features and Benefits of Polyethylene A less expensive alternative to other sign making materials on the market, polyethylene allows for […]

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Seal Types Used for Large Vinyl Images

By weldmaster | May 26, 2015

  Depending on the application, a variety of seal types can be used for large vinyl images or banners. The two most common types of seals used to finish banners are overlap seals and butt seals. The overlap seal, butt seal one side and butt seal two sides are used to bond two smaller pieces […]

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Banner Design Tips and Welding Considerations

By weldmaster | April 13, 2015

Vinyl banners can be one of the most cost-effective methods of advertising your company. Plus, they’re easy to design. Here’s a list of design considerations to keep in mind. Readability. Use big, bold fonts that can easily be read from a distance. Color. Use minimum color. Too many colors can be distracting, so using two to three colors […]

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