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    Default has anyone ever printed on dry erase board?

    hey guys, i have a client that wants a print on dry erase boards. has anyone ever done this or know what kind of inks to use? i was thinking enamel but i figure i should throw it out here since there's so many radass badasses around. any help is appreciated.

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    Never done it, never tried, but I did work at a photo-finishing shop that made dry-erase boards with a special dry-erase laminate. If you went that route, you could print (screenprint, ink jet, whatever) on the substrate and laminate over it. Screen printing sounds like overkill, but maybe they have a cool idea that makes it necessary.

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    nah, i think you're right. i have access to a big digital flatbed uv printer that would make the cost go way down for me and the client. seems like that's the proper route.

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    We used to do them.. we would print ice rinks and football fields on coach boards. Home Depot enamel.

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    Thanks for that topic, I find it very interesting.

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