Q :What the difference with the material for signs?
A:Traffic signs consist of three basic components: a blank, background sheeting, and sign copy. Blanks, usually constructed of plywood, aluminum, or steel, serve as the framework of the sign.
Plywood is the least expensive blank material. It is fairly strong but is susceptible to weather damage since it is porous; plywood blanks must be overlaid with a thin layer of plastic.
Aluminum will not rust, but it is very lightweight and must be reinforced with metal braces along the back. It is the most expensive blank option.
Steel is a more economical alternative to aluminum; it is also more sturdy and does not need reinforcement. Rusting can be prevented by applying a coat of zincto the steel blank.
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