Correx Signboard Printing

Correx Signboard Printing

Correx Sign Board Printing Free Design & Free Delivery

We can print any quantity and any sizes of correx signage.

Here are some examples of our prices. Please contact us for your bespoke quote.

Printed Correx Panel Signs in Glasgow

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*A3 4mm Correx Panel Signs

50 times A3 – 30cm by 21cm Correx signs only £179

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100 times A3 – 30cm by 21cm Correx signs only £299

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*A2 4mm Correx Panel Signs

25 times A2 – 42cm by 30cm Correx signs only £183

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50 times A2 – 42cm by 30cm Correx signs only £299

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What is Correx Sign board Printing?

 Corrugated plastic or corriboard – also known under the tradenames of Cartonplast®, Polyflute, Coroplast, FlutePlast, InterPro, Proplex, Correx, Twinplast, Corriflute or Corflute – refers to a wide range of extruded twinwall plastic-sheet products produced from high-impact polypropylene resin with a similar make-up to corrugated fiberboard. It is a lightweight tough material that can easily be cut with a utility knife. Manufacturers typically offer a wide variety of colours and thicknesses (quite commonly 3, 4, 5 mm).

What can Correx be used for?

This material is commonly used to erect commercial, political, or other types of signs and for constructing plastic containers and reusable packaging. It is widely used in the signwriting industry for making signs for real estate sales, construction sites, and promotions.

Can Correx be recycled?

Corrugated plastic is usually made from polypropylene which is capable of being recycled.

Our Correx and Board Printing information. 

What is Foamex?

 Foamex is a superior quality, extremely versatile PVC foam sheet that is fabrication-friendly. It is easy to bend, cut, drill and glue and you can print on it.

What is Foamex used for?

Foamex is mainly used to make signage, banners, and exhibition display panels. It has a fine cell structure that makes it the preferred choice for professional digital printers and comes in a variety of colours and specifications. You can achieve high quality, visually pleasing signage and display products which look excellent.

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