|AARCO is very
Good at Screening both Melamine and Porcelain over steel Boards.
Screening for Quantity jobs is very cost effective.
Screening compared to fusing and
Screening is an on the surface product that is
raised, so lines if written on will be felt as mini speed bumps to
marker. If done properly screened lines adhere well but
they can be scraped off. Also the screened lines themselves are
not suitable dry erase surface.
Fusing - This is a process done at the
porcelain/steel factory where a special ink is baked into surface
(refused) at 500 deg F and the lines become a permanent (cannot be
scraped off) part of the board. Usually limited to
simple grids and single colors.
Sublimation - this process also puts the colors
and lines below the surface so that the printing can not wear off.
Infinite and complicated patterns and colors are not problem
Sublimation Index Main
to Graphic Boards