- Printed full colour direct to board with UV inks giving outstanding quality and long-lasting fade resistance
- Correx® signs are ideal for quick, cost effective, local advertising and event signage
- Quick and easy to assemble
- Available in sizes different material thicknesses, 4mm (standard) as well as 6mm and 8mm
What thickness Correx® do you supply?
We print on 4mm Correx® as standard, but we do also stock and print 6mm, 8mm and 10mm Correx®
What is the maximum size that you can print in one piece?
The maximum sizes that we can print in one piece are 8 x 4ft sheets and 10 x 5ft sheets, dependent on the thickness you choose, either or both sizes may be available.
What are Correx® boards made of?
Correx® boards are made of strong corrugated plastic material, which is also known as polypropylene fluted board.
Can Correx® signage boards be cut to custom shapes?
Yes, 4mm and 6mm Correx® signage boards can be cut to custom shapes. There is some limit to how intricate the shapes can be - so you would be best to send over an example of the shape you wish to cut when asking for a quote. Correx above 6mm is generally not suitable to custom shape cutting, we have other materials that may be suitable to your needs if you’re looking for a thicker board, like foamcore and Foamex.
Does Correx® signage suit dual-purpose (outdoor and indoor) needs?
Yes, you can make use of Correx® signage for both indoor and outdoor use.
What is Correx®?
Correx® is actually a brand name for a specific type of corrugated plastic, also known as polypropylene fluted board. The material is most widely used for estate agent signs and quick, durable outdoor signage like scaffolding signage or race signage.
Are Correx® boards suitable for outdoor and indoor use?
Yes. It's usually used for outdoor use but can also be used inside.
What's the largest toblerone you can produce?
The largest we can produce on a single sheet would be 3000m in length, with sides at either 500mm (3 sides) or 750mm (2 sides). When the board only has 2 sides it would be supplied with a PVC strip on the reverse.