Is There A Difference Between A Reverse Print & Coating?
A reverse print, is when the entire sign is almost completely covered with the print color of your choice. Instead of going all the way to the edge of the sign, the print color will stop right before the edges, leaving a small border. The border, and the text/imagery you want shown on your sign, will be the material color showing through the print color. (See example above)
Coating is when we coat the entire surface of the material all the way to the edge, with the color ink of your choice. This is done when you want your background to be a specific color, and print color to be another. Once your material is coated and dry, we then screenprint the text/imagery you want put on your sign with the print color(s) of your choice. (See example above)
Based on your artwork and signage needs; our sales representatives will be able to help you determine which one of the above printing processes will benefit you the most.