Online Tool for Selecting 3A Graphic Display Boards

3A Composites USA has updated its interactive online Product Selector tool to make the process of choosing one of its graphic display boards easier than ever.

The online Product Selector has been updated to make it easier than ever for graphic designers and fabricators to select the best graphic display board to meet specific project needs. The new interactive Product Selector allows designers and fabricators to input project specifications to aid them in determining the best 3A Composites’ rigid substrate, including those in the Omni-Flute, Fome-Cor®, FiberMate, Sintra®, Gator®, and Dibond® product lines.

Users can click on their project application from a list of point-of-purchase display, exhibit and kiosk, framing, and signage choices, resulting in 3A Composites’ graphic display boards appropriate for those uses to be highlighted. Selecting fabrication techniques from mounting to repositioning vinyl, digital printing, screen printing, painting, knife cutting, saw cutting, routing, die cut/punch, embossing, and forming curves narrows choices with appropriate substrates highlighted. Finally designers and fabricators can input the graphic display board color, thickness and sheet size most appropriate for their project and receive highlighted product results.

“3A Composites USA prides itself on offering our customers a wide range of rigid substrate choices for their graphic display projects,” said Brandon Wyatt, marketing manager, graphic display, 3A Composites USA. “With so many graphic display boards available, there’s no doubt that we’ll have not only one but several rigid substrates suitable for creating those projects. The interactive Product Selector is designed to be an easy-to-use online tool to help narrow those choices.”

Graphic designers and fabricators are encouraged to bookmark the 3A Composites USA Product Selector online tool at the following Web address: http://www.graphicdisplayusa.com/product_selector.html.


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