Your business at its best
Acrylic is the ‘top of the pops’ when it comes to swanky looking signage. For those areas where your business needs to portray a touch of class, acrylic is the answer.
Commonly known by the brand name Perspex, and sometimes by the geeky term polypropylene, acrylic is a very hard, solid plastic. At 5mm thick it is heavier than the foamex or dibond equivalents but has a much nicer, glossy white finish.
It is suitable for indoor or outdoor use. We print at high resolution to the white acrylic face with light-fast and waterproof UV inks. There is no need for lamination, which would only spoil the beautiful finish of this premium material.
- Can be drilled for fixing (but ask us to do this on our laser cutter, as it’s hard to do by hand)
- Can be screwed to a wall
- Can be used with stand off mounts
- Doesn’t rot or swell
- Can be lasered to shape
Acrylic signs are the premium material for:
- Interior signage
- Shop signs
- Retail signage
- Photo booth signs/screens
- Menu boards
- Exhibition graphics
- Art installations
- Wherever a premium look is important
Have your signs cut to shape
Our acrylic signs can be contour cut to any shape (including internal cuts for creating slots and windows). Just choose the contour-cut option from the form above and supply artwork with a suitable vector cut-line (check out our artwork guidelines for more information).
Our industry-leading, large format laser cutter ensures your sign will be cut precisely to shape. Even better, the laser polishes the edge when it cuts leaving the best finish possible with this material.
Alternatives to acrylic signs
If you’re looking for an outdoor sign that is going to be subject to a high wind load, you might prefer an aluminium dibond sign.
Or if you are looking for a lower cost option for a sign or display, take a look at our foamex signs.
Great quality, quick turn around, and great customer service. Highly recommended.
Steve (verified owner) –
It was fast and efficient and we were really pleased with the quality of the sign produced replacing an old sign on the side of our church.