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Fluted polypropylene board, best known under the brand name Correx®, is probably the most popular and cost effective printable board on the market today. The popularity of Correx® signs is understandable as they meet most of the typical requirements for signs. Corrugated boards are lightweight, rigid, water-proof, easy to cut or attach, and inexpensive all at the same time. Correx® boards offer the best value for money signage material, ideal for temporary signs or quick street advertising campaigns.
Correx® is also the most universal rigid material for print. The following being just a selection of typical applications for correx® boards: lamp post signs, estate agent boards, pillar wraps, building site boards, security boards (cctv signs, warning signs), directional signs (often cut to shape), bollard covers, protest placards, fence signs, life-size person cut-out signs, hanging signs, indoor freestanding displays, large boxes, Toblerone shape signs, Stadia Advertising, pitch side boards and any advertising purpose sign boards.
Correx® boards are your ideal material for advertising boards. They are cheap, which is great for regularly changing advertising or promotional offers, it works well as a temporary signage solution. Correx® is printed direct to board with UV cured inks, ensuring your advertising boards stay bright and visible in all weather. We can provide your advertising boards in all sorts of shapes and sizes, because our customers’ needs come in all shapes and sizes. We print all of our advertising boards to order, whether you want A4 or up to 3metres, we can tailor a sign specific to your needs.
Small A4 and A3 Correx® signage is usually used for quick street advertising, lamp post signs, fence advertising (ie. security boards) and any place where there is only limited commercial advertising space available. So, if you have any promotional offer, introducing a new product or service, or organising car boot sale or similar local event, small A3 or A4 Correx® signs will be ideal for you. Low price combined with versatile applications makes the product a perfect value for money solution that will leave your advertising budget virtually untouched.
Larger printed Correx® signage that remains friendly for your pocket. It's hard to list all possible applications. Correx® panels can act as durable fence posters, framed rigid graphics or even window graphics. Still cheap but at these sizes you may use it for more serious and greater looking full colour advertising. Great for advertising pub food with stunning meal photos or commercial properties for sale. Don't forget that we can help you with your design as well. Our graphic designers will work closely with you to come up with artwork visuals if you don’t already have print ready artwork (small artwork fees apply).
The maximum size we can print in one piece are standard 8x4ft sheets and 10x5ft sheets. However, this is not the biggest sign size you can have. Larger signage can be supplied tiled - split into matching pieces. This means unlimited size capabilities for your signage. Correx® billboard signs or massive advertising walls have never been more affordable.
Yes, we can print custom sized Correx® Signage that suits your specific needs, just drop us an email with your sizing in and we will send you a quote back as soon as possible.
We print on 4mm Correx® as standard, but we do also stock and print 6mm, 8mm and 10mm Correx®
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.
Correx® boards are made of strong corrugated plastic material, which is also known as polypropylene fluted board.
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.
Yes, you can make use of Correx® signage for both indoor and outdoor use.
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.
Yes. It's usually used for outdoor use but can also be used inside.
No, we digitally print all of our products in full colour using UV resistant inks as standard. So you won't see any increases in price if you have a lot of colour in your artwork.
Simply attach your artwork via our upload option when placing your order, our uploader will accept Jpeg, Tiff, PNG, PDF and ZIP files up to 50mb. It is recommended to ensure artwork files are optimised to retain a reasonable file size.
You can also simply use our email address (at the top of the website) and attach your files. If you have any problems with sending large files give us a call or use file sharing services like WeTransfer.com. If you are using WeTransfer or similar, we highly recommend sending an email alongside this, as we do not pick up orders from WeTransfer emails.
Preferable file format is PDF or high-quality JPG. If you are supplying artwork ready to print, please make sure the design files meet all general standard printing requirements like:
In case you require and design work or are uncertain about the files you have please just attach your files with description in your message. We will help and advice. If there would be any extra charge involved, we will let you know before proceeding with any changes.
We are located in a town called Whitefield just outside of Manchester City Center, if you happen to be local, or are just passing by, you're more than welcome to collect your order from us directly. If this would be preferred just let us know when sending over your order.
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