Stencils

For many applications, we prefer to use polycarbonate for our stencils due to its unbreakable nature.  These would include Construction Marking Stencils such as: "Fire Wall", "Fire & Smoke Barrier", and stencils used on the sides of buildings under construction identifying the Builder or Developer.  Here is an example: Besides standard stencils, we can also laminate Magnetic material to the polycarbonate, providing a stencil that is exceptionally easy to use for stenciling large, flat metal objects such as dumpsters. Another material we use is Low Density Polyethylene.  This works well for Parking Lot and Street Marking.  The material is limp enough to lay flat and the sheet can be rolled up for storage.   Occasionally we are asked to make stencils for very limited usage.  In these cases we might use inexpensive XPVC.  An example of this would be the stencils we make for Marty Rich to be used on the Golf Channel's Big Break shows.  They use the stencils to mark a sheet of glass with the Golf Channel's Logo and then let golfers try to break the glass with their tee shots.
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Stencils

For many applications, we prefer to use polycarbonate for our stencils due to its unbreakable nature.  These would include Construction Marking Stencils such as: "Fire Wall", "Fire & Smoke Barrier", and stencils used on the sides of buildings under construction identifying the Builder or Developer.  Here is an example: Besides standard stencils, we can also laminate Magnetic material to the polycarbonate, providing a stencil that is exceptionally easy to use for stenciling large, flat metal objects such as dumpsters. Another material we use is Low Density Polyethylene.  This works well for Parking Lot and Street Marking.  The material is limp enough to lay flat and the sheet can be rolled up for storage.   Occasionally we are asked to make stencils for very limited usage.  In these cases we might use inexpensive XPVC.  An example of this would be the stencils we make for Marty Rich to be used on the Golf Channel's Big Break shows.  They use the stencils to mark a sheet of glass with the Golf Channel's Logo and then let golfers try to break the glass with their tee shots.