Technical Guide authorized installers
To be perfectly understandable, this manual must be should be read after completing a professional training.
Temporary advertising on vehicles or buildings is possible thanks to electroluminescent vinyl stickers and printed by suppliers or advanced technology derived from aircraft by Elisa.
The quality of these materials is important because they condition the holding of the facility over a satisfactorily period, but also reduces downtime in the workshop. Although the price of investment is higher, in the end you save money on the cost of total production.
1.1 Shop around communication agencies and local SMEs. This will be your first regular customers. After your training, we provide the official directory that you will reference local investors.
1.2 At your appointment, you must raise all the information related to customer specifications as well as its graphic. You also need to consider your needs technical facilities that will enable the project.
For example, which side should be assembly power wire? or again, it is better to use:
– Electroluminescent wire
– Hard dibon or plexi electroluminescent sign
– Stickers or panels
– Full and half wrapping
– Clothing (T shirt, sweat)
1.3 Once you have a clear idea of the project, an online module is available that allows you to put an immediate quotation during your interview.
This apply is translated four languages. So you can include:
– Public prices
– Pro rating
– Order anytime and anywhere
– Pay with swipe phone or with your available credit on the Workshop Compensation Central of America.
1.4 From a technical standpoint, you can:
– Select electroluminescent material that you really need
– Define the exact dimensions
– Define an animation sequence
– Choose the power supply the most appropriate
– Specify the parameters related to flat wires (size and position on the panel)
– Add a complete seal for marine use.
– Determine what step of assembly you wish to receive your custom order *
* The standard commands are products of major distributions.Only authorized outlets can sell an article or custom.
2.1 After completing specification, an operator takes care of your order and make sure to design a product true to the data sheet upload. All the elements are built and assembled by hand, from electronics to the slopes of diffusion panels. Thus, each item custom outgoing factories Elisa is an original manufacturing identifiable by its serial number and signature of the supervisor. The full industrialization of components in the U.S. and timeliness of Nevada plants are values recognized by the Department of Commerce.
2.2 Thus, an optimal production quality 100% Made in USA is fundamental to your benefits.
Third step: Installing Electroluminescent commercial signs on body
Comparison: Campaign advertising on cars and bus with or without électoluminescent.
3.1 The advertisers seeking a large visibility have to use public transport vehicles to display their campaign. This is a wise choice when design is “catchy”. Promotional technique must be nice to see, day and night.
During the day, a simple wrap enough to be perceived by anyone but goes completely unnoticed by 6 PM to 5 AM (on average). It mean’s 11 hours of inefficiency. Half budget spent in vain. At night, toplights are placed on Cab roofs. Design is visible at night but the size of exposure is reduced to the device dimensions without animations possible. Emitting vinyle advertising, using the same process as the classic vehicle wrap, allows to use the entire surface of the vehicle (car, bus, wagons, subway tunnels, boat, blimp) as an animated neon sign. Unbreakable, No glowing. Just stick it campaign without equivalent. No alteration of transport activity. It’s a brand new way of advertising.
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