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Red Dibond Sheets

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Max: 3050mm
Max: 1500mm

Approximate Weight: 28.73 g

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Dibond aluminium composite sheets are the perfect solution for creating long-lasting, eye-catching images that are guaranteed to garner attention. This high-quality sheet material provides a stable background for photo mounting, screen printing and vinyl applications, and combines two materials in one panel – a polythene core and an aluminium polyester varnish. Dibond sheets have a thickness of 3mm.

This combination creates a practical and lightweight material that is workable yet stable in all weather conditions and can be fabricated with ease to create a range of 2D and 3D designs. From interior design, advertising, partitioning or exhibition stands, these sheets are durable, high strength, easy to work with, and provide a cost-effective solution to a wide range of applications.

What are the key features of Dibond Aluminium Composite Sheets?

Dibond aluminium composite sheeting is a pre-finished product that delivers quick and easy installation, with lightweight yet stable properties. It provides great thermal insulation and brilliant machinability, as well as being weather and corrosion-resistant. It’s also a very strong product that offers great impact-resistance. Because of its heat tolerance, it can be used behind a kitchen hob, providing there is a 150mm distance between the heat source and the panel, and it can be drilled or cut with ease using a regular household drill or jigsaw, so it’s easy to work with.

Each sheet is coated on each side, providing a matte and glossy surface for different printing options to suit your desired application. Because of the qualities inherent to both plastic and aluminium, and due to the way the materials are sandwiched together, Dibond retains the positive elements of both materials and will work in a number of different environments, both in and outdoors. This flexibility makes it incredibly beneficial to a wide variety of applications, from signage to long-term displays.

Where can Dibond Aluminium Composite Sheets be used?

A versatile and strong material, Dibond aluminium composite sheeting can be used in numerous different ways. It’s ideally suited to signage and corporate identity or branding, as it can be printed on directly with incredible clarity and vivid colour. Because of the three layers of material fused together, it delivers excellent durability and impact-resistance but also remains lightweight, so it’s perfect for signage or exhibition stands in high-footfall areas. It can be used to great effect for billboards and public signs, as it won’t deteriorate when exposed to the elements, and it can be printed on with ease for a really clear and vibrant sign that sells your business or services perfectly.

In addition to being an excellent printing material for internal and external signs or display boards, Dibond aluminium composite sheets can also be used for a host of other applications including wall cladding or even furniture parts. This flexible sheeting makes a great solution for stairways, elevators and kiosks, as a partition for cubicles in offices, or as false-ceilings or ceiling panels. It can be used for column covers or beam wraps, canopy panels or cladding, and also as parapet wall copings.

With so many useful and creative options available, it’s no surprise that Dibond aluminium composite sheets are incredibly popular with commercial industries and for advertising purposes. At Cut My Plastic, we can cut Dibond sheets to any size or shape to suit your chosen application, and we offer it in a range of colour options too. If you need any advice regarding Dibond aluminium composite sheeting, give our friendly team a call or drop us an email and we’ll be happy to help you in any way we can.



Material Aluminium Acrylic Composite
Finish Coloured
Available Thicknesses 3mm
Maximum Sheet Size 3050mm x 1500mm
Minimum Sheet Size 100mm x 50mm
Fire Rating UK Class 1 Fire Rating
Water Absorbtion 0.01%
Manufacturers Tolerances +/- 10% plus 0.4mm (e.g. 5mm cast sheet could vary from 4.1mm to 5.9mm)
Cutting Tolerances +/- 3mm

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Dibond?

Dibond is the brand name of our excellent lightweight brushed aluminium composite sheeting. Other common names include Dilite, Dibond Digital and Raybond. With a flexible polyethylene core, the aluminium composite is rigid and durable.

What is the difference between Dibond and Alupanel?

Similar to Dibond, Alupanel is another brand of aluminium composite sheeting. Alupanel is also the only form of this sheeting manufactured in the UK.

Can aluminium composite be used outside?

Composited of acrylic and metal, this form of sheeting is completely rustproof, waterproof, chemically resistant and will be long lasting outside.

Can you bend aluminium composite?

The aluminium composite panel is a very flexible material. As such it is possible for you to bend an aluminium composite panel, but it requires special tools. Therefore, safety procedures must be followed and you must have the correct tools. Alternatively, contact us prior to ordering and we can fabricate the sheeting for your specifications.

Can you print on Dibond?

Yes. Dibond can be printed on. Using our printing services we are able to print on any of our Dibond sheets. For more information see our Dibond Printing page.

How long does Dibond last?

You can expect your Dibond sheets to last five years if placed outdoors, and up to 10 if placed indoors making them one of the most durable versatile materials available.

How do I cut my Dibond?

We are able to cut your Dibond sheets for you, however, if you want to cut Dibond yourself, you will need a saw blade for metal or hardwood. Please note that chips and dust from sawing can clog up the blade and create a rough edge. You should also use an effective means to remove chips, such as a blowgun as well as wear protective gear for your eyes, breathing and hearing.

Is Dibond flammable?

Due to the core that makes up the aluminium composition, Dibond is considered fire retardant so is safe to have around fire.


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