Magnetic Boards and Vinyl Columns

18th September 2019 by Kingfisher Press

Magnetic Boards and Vinyl Columns

Ickworth Magnetic Boards & Vinyls

Its always a pleasure to work with our local National Trust at Ickworth.

In the last few weeks we’ve worked on two projects. The first one is a brilliant idea for letting visitors know whats on and when.

Display and Magnetic Boardsmagnetic board, ickworth, wide format print

We printed 3 panels to be displayed in a mounted box in West Wing

The first two panels are printed on Foamex Board and display information on the property itself and when it was passed to the National Trust.

The third panel is a printed steel Dibond board, meaning you can attach magnetic signs to it.

This board shows what’s on at the property during the day. Magnetic strips detailing opening times and special events can be placed on the board to show visitors the plan for the day. What a brilliant idea to let people know what there is to do and see and where they can get refreshments.

Vinyl Columns

We have also recently printed 3 sets of vinyl graphics to go on columns to stand within the house. These columns give a variety of information about the House and the people who have been involved in the property throughout its history.

Printed on white vinyl with a permanent adhesive the column graphics are a great way to share information with visitors.

Kingfisher Press Wide Format

We have a wide range of wide format options available here at Kingfisher Press. With a roll-fed Mimaki we can print very long graphics and banners – up to 50 meters. Our Jetrix flat bed can print a flat size of 1.5 x 3 meters, meaning it can print big! It can also print on a huge range of substraights including Canvas, Dibond, Foamex, boxes and boards.

If you have something you need to display then give us a call. Our knowledge of wide format print is extensive and with many years experience we are able to advise on what would be the best option for you.

Find out more about Kingfisher Press and innovative print by visiting the Kingfisher Press website here.