the chips cling to everything from the static generated
Xxray wrote:I have made quite a few address plates out of corian, years later they look the same.
That the corian itself, whatever you use to fill the letters may be a different story, I usually use epoxy which also stands up well but will fade and warp eventually if exposed to alot of UV.
Xxray wrote:For something relatively simple like address plates, best option for fill might be corian itself via inlay of contrasting colors.
Have made a few of those, looks sharp and professional, unique and no worry about UV. Downside is you are limited to simple letter/number designs without quite an effort, and wastage of material.
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