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    Hey guys, I have another method for printing marquees.

    This is a reverse print onto clear vinyl, then laminated with white. Once that is done we stick it onto the rear of a new piece of perspex. (hope that makes sense!)

    Compared to a standard print onto non-adhesive vinyl (the old method), the contrast and colour richness is improved drastically. Especially when back-lit.

    Plus, when not is use, they look really cool around the games room.

    Here's some pics -







    Prices start at $66.00, that includes the print, new perspex and shipping.

    Cheers!

  • #2
    They look awesome!

    Sounds like they would be well protected too.

    Would love to see one lit up.

    Sadly I have no use for one as I only have an Astro City. Do you have any marquee prints for the Astro topper ready to go?
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    • #3
      This is how i have done my last 4 cabs and the marquees always look great. They light up great with a $2 led light strip from ebay!

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      • #4
        Would this work for a pinball speaker surround also?


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        • #5
          They look fantastic! Well done.

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          • #6
            Great idea, these would sell very well.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Frank_fjs View Post
              They look awesome!

              Sounds like they would be well protected too.

              Would love to see one lit up.

              Sadly I have no use for one as I only have an Astro City. Do you have any marquee prints for the Astro topper ready to go?
              I don't at the moment, but I'm sure we can sort something. PM me if you want me to suss something oout for you.

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              Originally posted by stuzza View Post
              This is how i have done my last 4 cabs and the marquees always look great. They light up great with a $2 led light strip from ebay!

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              I know right! Chalk and cheese compared to the non-adhesive type vinyl. Although there is a little more cost with the new perspex that's required.

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              Originally posted by rusty_dagger View Post
              Would this work for a pinball speaker surround also?


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              Absolutely, I've done a few pinball back glasses like the already.

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              • #8
                Nice. I know where to go now once my cab is finished.

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                • #9
                  These look great will go this way for the next one looks to have heaps better black levels and contrast

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                  • #10
                    They look great. Nice idea, well executed.

                    I'll need a few of these in the near future i'd say
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