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Correx plastic sheets are an ideal printing substrate as they can be printed with any design or coloured ink for a high-impact, high-quality sign. Correx is the brand name for polypropylene board, a corrugated plastic sheeting that is lightweight, durable and water-resistant. Correx sheets are commonly used for signage, particularly temporary signs such as estate agent boards, as it’s easy to hang using just tape, glue or nails, or it can be drilled with ease for a more permanent fixture. At Cut My Plastic, we can cut and print onto any size sheet of Correx to suit your needs using weatherproof inks that are designed to last. Our quick delivery means you can benefit from show-stopping marketing sooner too.
Latest printing Technology
We have invested into the latest print and cut technology to allow us to provide you with the best print solution at the right price. Our UV printer prints your graphics direct to the media giving a beautiful matt finish. If you are looking to use correx for more longer term applications you may want to consider using a laminate to add protection and longevity to your correx sign.
Looking for Larger Sheets and Bespoke Shapes?
We generally stock correx sheets up to 3050x1524 in 4,6 and 8mm. Using our CNC cutting table we are able to print and cut any shape up to 3000x2000mm, we have even cut out superheros for a client.
Get in touch today to discuss your requirements. We also offer discounts to the trade and for bulk orders.
What are the benefits of Correx for printing?
Correx is a cost-effective material for printing that delivers great results. It has lightweight properties that make it great for easy installation and it offers a fade-resistant surface for your image, logo or text. For a budget-friendly application, such as medium-term signs and notices, estate agency signs or indoor displays for retail spaces, Correx is a great option that can be pre-drilled for easier installation.
It can also be printed on just one or both sides for maximum visibility – for larger signs, a thicker board of 5mm or 6mm will provide more rigidity and stability, particularly for outdoor use. Despite being lightweight and portable, Correx is a tough material that will withstand exposure to wind, rain and sunshine and the design or images printed onto it will remain vibrant and clear for several years without fading.
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*Delivery between 5-7 working days.
**Next working day deliveries are subject to stock availability and the order being placed before 2pm.
***Or 2 dimensions both over 750mm x 750mm.
We have no minimum order size, so you can place a small order without incurring an additional charge.
Your delivery address doesn’t need to be the same as your billing address. You can pick different addresses whilst checking out.
You are also more than welcome to come and pick your acrylic up from us. Our address is Unit 30, Mackley Industrial Estate, Henfield Road, Small Dole, BN5 9XR.
We will email you confirmation of your order, including your order details, your order number and the price that you have paid.
When your delivery is ready for dispatch, we will email you. This email will include the courier’s tracking number where possible. If you have ordered a smaller piece of acrylic, you will receive a notification from the courier detailing roughly when your order will be delivered on a specific day. If you have ordered a larger piece of acrylic, you may not receive any notifications from the courier, and unfortunately our courier also can’t specify a delivery time. If you are out, the courier will leave a card to allow you to arrange a new delivery time to suit you.
Due to factors beyond our control, we can’t guarantee that orders will be delivered when specified during our communications with you.
Your order should arrive packaged and in perfect condition, just as it left us. It will come with a layer of protective film over each surface (mirrored acrylic only has protective film on one side). If your order appears to have been damaged in transit, please refer to our Orders Damaged in Transit information.
We reserve the right to charge extra delivery costs if the dimensions/format of your order require us to use a specialist delivery company.
We can arrange for delivery on Saturdays/before midday, please contact us for more details. There will be a supplement for these services.
There is a supplement on deliveries to the Scottish Highlands, Grampians, Northern Ireland, Eire, Isle of Wight, Isle of Man and the Channel Islands. This supplement will be calculated when you add your delivery details to your order.
What tolerance do you cut to?
We cut to a tolerance of +/-3mm.
What is your delivery timescale?
3-7 working days.
Is mirrored acrylic like normal mirror?
Mirrored acrylic is a flexible material, and needs to be attached to a perfectly flat surface. We recommend attaching it to MDF or something similar, making sure the adhesive is spread in a thin even layer across the acrylic. we also recommend using the 5mm thick acrylic as it is more rigid.
Can you cut any shape?
Yes, in acrylic. We will shortly be able to also cut any shape in polycarbonate as well.
What's your standard radius corner?
20mm, but we can cut to your requirements.
How many holes do I need in my acrylic?
1 per corner should be sufficient for smaller pieces. You might want to consider an extra hole in the middle if your sheet is larger.
Can I cut acrylic?
Yes, you can. Just take it slow and easy.
Can I put acrylic behind a hob?
Not if it is gas or electric. You need a gap of 5cm between an induction hob and the acrylic.
Do you fit the acrylic?
No, we don't. We do provide some templates which should help you to take your measurements. The acrylic is easy to install by any competent DIYer.
What's the difference between acrylic and Perspex?
Perspex is a brand name. It is the same as acrylic.
What's the difference between acrylic and polycarbonate?
Take a look at our handy guide here.