What Is Sintra Board Used For?

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Sintra PVC Board

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Sintra plastic boards can be colored, cut, and shaped into whatever shape will give you the most useful through board fabrication techniques. Despite the multiple colors Sintra board can be found in, the starkness and contrast of white Sintra board is still a standout.

Komatex vs Sintra

Functionally, they are very similar. Both are high-end PVC plastic options, but there is a slight difference in making them. Like Sintra, they are foam-based plastic and very lightweight (see also foam board printing). They also represent different companies/brands and are both registered.

Common Thickness Options:

  1. 2mm
  2. 3mm (1/8" )
  3. 6mm (1/4" )
  4. 13mm (1/2")

Why Choose Sintra Board

Why Sintra PVC? Polyvinyl chloride, the expanded cell is PVC on a homogenous sheet. Sintra PVC sheets, sometimes called Sentra plastic sheets, are dent, cut, scrape resistant, which means your sign or board can be used and appear attractive and polished over time and even when exposed to the elements. Sintra board is used for indoor and outdoor use and is commonly used in trade show printing, photo booth props, real estate signage, and any time they have to use their boards over and over again. How long the Sintra board lasts against the elements is one of the reasons it's so highly used.

The heat from the weather or a typical indoor environment will not alter your sign, and the board is also chemical resistant. If you want Sintra panel signs printed, we can have them printed and shipped overnight with Foam Core Print!

Also, apart from Sintra prints, take a look at what other kind of board signs you can go with that we have on offer:

Other Board Signs

Acrylic Signs

Perhaps one of the most versatile materials out there, an acrylic sign is an excellent choice for just about any business.The flexible plastic from which the acrylic signs are made is durable and lightweight. So, whatever your need, there is a strong chance acrylic signage can provide a permanent and durable solution. Get in touch with Foamcoreprint.com today to discuss how we can solve your signage needs!

PVC Signs

PVC Signs are made from lightweight compressed foam board with a matte finish made of the material known as polyvinyl chloride. PVC signs are typically used for outdoor signage and their longevity depends on weather, direct sunlight, and material thickness. PVC signs can be found everywhere - outdoor advertising, retail stores, and even your home! One reason why they're so common is that they're easy to manufacture and install.

Styrene Signs

Styrene signs are a unique material that can be utilized for indoor or outdoor usage. Commonly used for restaurant menus and trade show displays, they are very convenient because they are lightweight and can uphold harsh conditions. When printing on Styrene, make sure your photos are high-resolution though. Otherwise, your styrene prints won’t turn out with the highest quality possible.

Magnetic Signs

Magnets are weather resistant and won't suffer in quality. If they are properly maintained and cleaned, they typically last 1-2 years. If you rely on your vehicle for business, a custom magnet car sign would be the best solution to spread your message or improve your branding day in and out. As far as magnetic vehicle signs go, here at Foamcoreprint.com, your satisfaction with them has a 100% quality guarantee.

Gator Board Signs

Gator board signs can be used for many things, and we are here to fulfill your needs. Whether you are making a presentation panel, having your favorite artwork printed, or making your businesses' logo, the gator board sign we produce for you will be staying strong and beautiful for years to come.
So, don’t be afraid to start a live chat or contact us to help you make the best product selection for your next project.

Gator Board Signs

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FAQs

1. Is Sintra board waterproof?

In addition to being entirely waterproof, Sintra PVC Board is unaffected by the weather. In addition to storefront signs and advertising, it can also be used as a decorative element both within and outside the store.

2. Can you print directly on Sintra board?

Yes, you can. Sintra board is a composite of PVC and fiberglass. It's an excellent material for signboards, displays, or any other type of signage that needs to be lightweight and durable.
If you want to print on the Sintra board, you would need to use solvent-based ink or paint like latex paint.

3. What is Sintra made of?

Sintra is made of a mixture of polystyrene foam and PVC.
Sintra is used for various applications, including in the construction industry, where it can be used as insulation or exterior sheathing on buildings.

4. Is Sintra board flexible?

Sintra board is a type of PVC foam that can be cut to size and glued together. It is not flexible, but it does have some flex in the long direction.

5. Is Sintra board recyclable?

Sintra board is not recyclable. It is made of a combination of plastic and paper fibers, which are not recyclable materials.
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Frequently asked Questions

In addition to being entirely waterproof, Sintra PVC Board is unaffected by the weather. In addition to storefront signs and advertising, it can also be used as a decorative element both within and outside the store.
Yes, you can. Sintra board is a composite of PVC and fiberglass. It's an excellent material for signboards, displays, or any other type of signage that needs to be lightweight and durable. If you want to print on the Sintra board, you would need to use solvent-based ink or paint like latex paint.
Sintra is made of a mixture of polystyrene foam and PVC. Sintra is used for various applications, including in the construction industry, where it can be used as insulation or exterior sheathing on buildings.
Sintra board is a type of PVC foam that can be cut to size and glued together. It is not flexible, but it does have some flex in the long direction.
Sintra board is not recyclable. It is made of a combination of plastic and paper fibers, which are not recyclable materials.
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