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  1. #11
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    I wouldn't even attempt to paint HDPE. That stuff doesn't like anything to stick to it. If I were doing golf signs at any kind of scale I'd do this:

    http://www.kingplastic.com/products/king-colorcore/

    Just mill into the material and expose the brighter color underneath. This stuff sticks to a vacuum like glue, and if you use the right speeds and feeds requires very little, if any cleanup afterwards. Very effecient.

  2. #12
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    That's my finding too. Not sure how HDPE was inserted in the thread.

  3. #13
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    My fault, I misread the KingColor statement.

    Phil

  4. #14
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    I realize that it has been a while, but my full time job has kept me busy. I finally spoke with one of the local golf course owners. There is a company in my area that makes this type of sign. He does not charge the golf course, he charges a sponsor $300.00 per year per sign. So, there is a market and competition. I will post a picture of one of the signs later this week.
    I also found a course that has no signs. I plan to discuss the possibilities with it owner in the near future. So, this is not just sign making but also selling advertisement to sponsors.
    Phil
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