It is for me, if you're talking about acrylic, but not if you're talking about matbd, or frame moulding.Originally posted by CYRO:
So referring to a 16" x 20" as 2.22 Sq. Ft. instead of 36 UI is more helpful for the industry?
Ummmm.............yeah OK but lets look at this a little more.Originally posted by ronny ter-beek:
artwork = 21x49 which = 70 united inches or centimeters if you like..
artwork = 29x41 which = 70 united inches or centimeters if you like..
NOW THE FUN BEGINS..
21x49 = 7.14 sq ft x say $ 3.oo sq ft = $ 21.42
or the other size still the same united inches.
29x41 = 8.26 sq ft x say $ 3.oo sq ft= $ 24.77
$ 3.35 is the difference multiply by 7,000 framing jobs a year on average = $23,450
What have you been using for your prices ?
I hope this has got you thinking...
You probably could have bought yourself something pretty nice for $23,450
I agree. I would like the option of maybe a 32x48 thats a third of a sheet, pack them 3 to a box.Originally posted by artwolf:
Why can I only buy CYRO Acrylic Sheets in 48"x96" sizes?