Articles by Product: SINTRA®

Agio Imaging, Interior Wayfinding Signage Display, Sintra PVC Board, 3A Composites Graphic Display USA

Agio Imaging Turns To Trusted Sintra PVC Board Brand For Interior Signage

All rigid substrates are not created equal. That’s the philosophy adhered to by employees at Kalamazoo, Mich.-based Agio Imaging, a large-format custom print solution provider, when determining the best rigid substrate for graphic displays. When PVC (polyvinyl chloride) is deemed the best solution for creating interior signage, Agio Imaging turns to Sintra® graphic display board by 3A Composites USA.
Emily Randolph, Fine Arts, Mixed Media, Dibond, Sintra Board, Graphic Display USA, Artisan HD Printing

Scottsdale Artist Uses Dibond As Substrate For Incredible Multi-Layered Art Pieces

Emily Randolph is a mixed-media artist who’s complex works are both colorful and captivating. Producing dozens of pieces annually, her works employ dimensional layers. The layers feature a variety of medias from dried flowers, textured glass, and pepples/stones. Randolph notes a single source of inspiration…happiness.

3A Composites USA To Showcase Full Lines Of Rigid Substrates For Corporate Identity Programs At GlobalShop 2017

3A Composites USA will be focused on creating identity from the inside out with its full lines of interior rigid substrates and exterior aluminum composite materials at GlobalShop 2017 to be held March 28-30 in Las Vegas.

3A Composites Materials Aid In Brand Consistency For Corporate Identity Programs

Corporate identity is an essential part of branding, reflecting a brand's image, consistency and loyalty. Branding in the corporate identity marketplace can be seen in signage, wayfinding and interior displays. The materials in which are specified for these applications vary due to several factors including durability, application duration, aesthetics and price point.

Game Boy Gets Supersized Using Sintra Expanded PVC Board

The joy of the late eighties came alive with a simple handheld video game device known as the Nintendo Game Boy. The 3.5” by 5.8” frame made the device the first handheld console in the Nintendo lineup resulting in a cult-like following and a wildly popular product for the video game company. A few decades later, and many new product releases, an engineering nerd with a dream, threw it back to the original game set.