T-Cade plastic sign stakes are made from engineering grade polymer with UV additives to create a durable sign post that has multiple mounting holes to attach various size signs.
T-Cade outdoor sign holders have a foot step for easy installation, or can be hammered into harder soil using the hammer post. T-Cade will never rust, splinter, or fade, and never needs painting.
These outdoor sign stakes are great for real estate signs, directional signs, event signs, or any sign use, especially those that are unusual sizes that won't fit into one of our outdoor sign frames.
Available in black. There is a minimum order quantity of 2 with this item.
Be sure to visit our Outdoor Sign Holders page for our complete selection of outdoor sign products.
Normal production time is 4-5 days if you're ordering a graphic with your display hardware. Hardware only orders usually ship in 1-2 days. During the order process you will be asked if you have a specific due date, and if you do, we will adjust your shipping method, if necessary, to get your order to you on time. If you need your printing order even quicker, we also have a rush service. If you authorize rush charges, we can get your order shipped in 1-2 days. Rush charges are $75 per order. If we're able to meet your deadline without bumping other jobs, we won't actually charge the rush charge, but you must authorize the rush to guarantee delivery.
We recommend that bitmap images such as digital photos be 150dpi at the actual print size in order to look good from close range. Larger display graphics tend to viewed from further away, so if that's the case, lower resolution files of 72-100 dpi at the actual print size can be used and still look good from 5 feet away. We use special software to enlarge smaller images to their full print size, but the larger the original file, the better the results will be. If you're images are smaller than we recommend, which is common for larger prints, it's important to consider viewing distance as well. A print that shows a lack of resolution due to enlargement up close, might look just fine from arms length. We've printed images at 16 feet wide from 8 megapixel cameras that look very good from five feet away, so where a print will be displayed and how close you expect it to be viewed from are important to consider when deciding how large a print can be made. When in doubt, send us your file and we'll examine it and let you know how large we think it can go and still look good.
The most common sizes used with the T-cade are 24" wide x 18" high and 24" x 24", but the multiple mounting holes makes it possible to use a wide range of sizes.