Composites are products made from two or more materials.
Gatorfoam, Fome-Cor, Duraplast, Foamboard, Insyte, PVC-Acrylic Wallcovering, Phenolic Sheet, DiBond, Korobond, Polymetal, Ultraboard.
You will find Composite Materials in Circuit Boards, Indoor & Outdoor Signing, Substrate for Graphic Laminates, Engraving, etc.
Dibond® Product Information
DIBOND® is an environmentally conscious aluminum composite panel with excellent properties for indoor and outdoor applications.
Post Paint Compatibility of Dibond®
On many projects that involve Dibond® material, a small quantity of "custom color" panels is often required. It is often not practical to obtain the "custom color" from the factory and post painting is necessary.
DIBOND® Technical Data Sheet
Understanding the properties of the Dibond® material in your application is essential to achieving desired results.
Mounting on Dibond®
Graphics to be mounted may be printed on paper, foil, plastic or fabric. It is recommended that you use the minimum amount of adhesive necessary.
Dibond® Butler Finish Screen Print Inks
Screen-printing is a common method of decorating the brushed aluminum surface of Butler Finish Dibond® material.
Fire Characteristics of Dibond Material
It is necessary to know the fire characteristics of materials when they are used in applications where there may be stringent rules on how the materials behave when exposed to sources of combustion.
Dibond® Deflection Data
Deflections of Dibond® material under load are demonstrated by the amount of spacing between supports across the short dimension of the panel in comparison to the panel deflection.
Dibond® for Workzone Safety Signage
New criteria went into effect in October 2000 and requires work zone safety signage to be tested in a full scale vehicle crash.
Screen-Print Ink Compatibility of Dibond®
Screen-print Dibond® signage and displays with recommended inks. Consult with the ink manufacturer if there are any questions regarding the use of a particular ink.
Cutting Dibond® Material
Dibond® can be cut using methods common to both the metal and woodworking industries. No cutting lubricants, oils or coolants are required.