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Custom dibond signs are ideal for exterior and interior applications. Follow these quick steps to install your dibond signs with their respective installation accessories.
Easel backs are lightweight, self-adhesive cardboard stands for displaying dibond signs on tables or countertops. Use as many easel backs as needed depending on the size and weight of the sign. For aluminum composite signs, we recommend using easel backs only for smaller displays.
Step 1: Take one of the easel backs and fold the wing inward to cut open the pre-dotted area. Repeat the same action with the other easel back.
Step 2: Fold down the circular easel stabilizer and secure easel wings in the slot.
Step 3: Peel off the tapes from the adhesive bands on both easel backs.
Step 4: Position the adhesive parts of the easel backs on both sides of the sign and press for a few seconds to make sure they are securely fixed.
We’re done. Now you are ready to display your small dibond signs on any flat surface.
Command strips will arrive in pairs already attached to the back of the sign. The strips consist of two identical layers that ‘click’ together. One side of the strip is covered with an adhesive layer and the other with hooks.
Before the installation, clean the area of application for secure adhesion.
Step 1: Measure out the area of application and mark the spot where you want to install the sign.
Step 2: Take the sign with command strips already attached to it and peel the backing paper off the strips.
Step 3: Press the dibond sign with the strips against the surface in the pre-marked position.
Step 4: To ensure the adhesive will hold, remove the sign from its bottom corners, pulling it up and away from the surface.
Step 5: Now, press the strips onto the wall for a few seconds to ensure that they are secure.
Step 6: Wait about an hour before reattaching the frame, to make sure the strips are securely attached to the surface.
Step 7: Align the strips on the sign with the strips on the wall. Press the sign onto the wall until each pair of strips click and seal into place.
In case you need to remove the sign, grab its bottom corners, then pull it up and away from the surface. Finally, remove the strips by pulling them downward.
Step 1: First, you need to find the perfect location and a fitted object for the zip tie installation. Position the holes of the sign into place.
Step 2: Take one zip tie and pass it through one of the drilled holes on the sign.
Step 3: Now, thread the zip tie through the hole and around the object to be secured on. Pull the zip tie to tighten it around the sign and the object.
Step 4: Take the scissors and cut the extra end of the zip tie for a cleaner look.
Step 5: Repeat the same action with the rest of the applicable corners of the sign.
We’re done. The sign is now securely fixed into place from two or four corners as needed.
Suction Cup and Hook
Step 1: Take the suction cup and press it firmly into place, making sure there are no air bubbles between the cup and the mounting surface.
Step 2: Once the suction cup is securely fixed into place, take the sign with the rope and hang it from the hook.
Step 3: We’re done. The suction cup and hook are securely fixed in place.
For heavier dibond signs, use two suction cups.
Required tools: Standoffs, a drill, screws, anchors, marker and measuring tape
Standoffs include an anchor, screw, barrel and a cap with a threaded stud. The anchor is used to fix the standoff to the wall. The standoff barrel is what spaces the sign at a desired distance from the wall. Then, the threaded stud is used to sandwich the sign with the cap which adds a decorative finish to the wall-mounted sign.
Before the installation, take the measuring tape and find the perfect position for the installation. Take the sign with pre-drilled holes and place it on the wall. Using the holes on the sign as a guide, mark the areas of the standoffs on the wall.
Step 1: Drill 4 holes in the marked areas.
Step 2: Install the anchors, leaving enough external threading to allow the barrel to attach to the exposed end.
Step 3: Now, take the barrel and screw it to the wall via the anchor. Repeat the same action with the rest of the barrels.
Step 4: Next, take the sign and line up the holes with the standoffs on the wall.
Step 5: Take the caps with the threaded studs and fasten the sign on the standoffs. This will sandwich the sign between the barrel and the cap.
We’re done. The sign is now securely mounted to the wall with standoffs.