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Acrylic, also known as Perspex or Plexiglass. We stock “Continuous cast acrylic” which has very tight tolerances and is more optically transparent than standard cast acrylic.

With different printing options to choose from, you can print with white ink for a solid print, or print with CMYK only for a transparent look.

Acrylic is great for Premium signs, photographic displays, backlit signs, wall art, kitchen splashbacks and more.

Stock:  3mm, 4.5mm & 6mm continuous cast acrylic

Ink set: Matte UV ink Rated for 3 years outdoors.

Print options:
CMYK+White ink: To be printed in colour with white ink behind the print. The print will not be transparent.

Double strike / Transparent: To be printed with out white ink, making the print translucent. 

General Artwork Guidelines

  • 3mm Bleed on all edges + 3mm safe zone. (40mm safe zone for banners)
  • No crop or trim marks
  • All fonts to be outlined
  • PDF is highly recommended; TIFF & JPEG is also accepted.
  • Artwork to be provided at 100% of the final size
  • File name to include finished size and quantity: “Print01 – 600x900mm – qty10”

Artwork Guidelines for white ink:

Our white ink uses a spot channel called "Spot1" (case sensitive)

  • Anything that's coloured with white ink needs to be on the TOP layer marked as "white ink"
  • All white ink fills need to have "over print fill "on"" 
  • All white ink fill and stroke need to have it's own swatches with the following settings:
    Swatch name: Spot1
    Colour type: Process Color
    Colour mode: CMYK
    Colours: Cyan: 99%, Magenta: 1%, Yellow, 99%, Black, 1% (not critical)

Artwork guidelines for Kiss Cut & Die cut products:

  • 3mm bleed around the cut path
  • Kiss cut path - place a RED stroke on a separate layer called “Kiss-Cut” (this goes around every sticker you want on the sheet)
  • Die path - place a RED stroke on a separate layer called “Thru-Cut”