Correx or fluted polypropylene has never been more popular for short to medium term signage use. It is lightweight and very durable, making it a far better choice than card or laminated
GJ Plastics Signage & Displays | Signs and Digital Printing
GJ Plastics Signage & Displays produces a variety of Acrylic Displays and also signs printing, including:
- Correx Signs.
- Outdoor Signs.
- Acrylic Displays.
- Signage Displays.
- Sign Makers.
- Large format printing.
- Sign Printing.
- Cut Plastic sheeting and shop signs.
- Product Display.
- Printed Foamex Board.
- Dibond Printed.
GJ Plastics Ltd are acrylic display specialists; we offer a comprehensive range of plastic fabrication products for point of sale.
If you choose, you may have a display uniquely designed by one of our product designers.
Our team are passionate about taking your project or ideas from initial design concepts and also through to manufacture and delivery.
You have peace of mind knowing that your displays are made in our UK factory by our skilled fabrication technicians. We focus on ensuring quality is maintained throughout production.
We also have an outstanding reputation in the UK for producing exceptional products, designed to carry out the task required from them.
Our sales and customer support teams are available to assist you throughout your buying experience.
GJ Plastics Ltd understand how important brand image and the impression it creates with your market.
Every sign designed and installed is built to high quality standards to ensure we create eye-catching and creative signs give your brand the ‘wow factor’ and is a true representation of your brand.
Shop front signs are made for many business types such as hairdressers, restaurants, law firms, estate agents or cafes.
A variety of sign styles are available.
Our team have extensive knowledge and are all qualified through our apprenticeships to the GJ Plastics standard to design and make shop signs and cut plastic sheeting.
GJ Plastics Ltd have our own large format printing department, which consists of roll to roll printers and flat bed printers.
We make thousands of printed vinyls, roller banner or outdoor banners, offering a vast selection to choose from.
Our Flatbed printers using the latest UV stable inks can print direct to acrylic, foamex and dibond.
We also print correx signs for festivals, events and promotions.
Correx Signs are a great, cost effective way to promote your business or event.
Correx printing is great value and offers superb quality. We can cut your correx signs to size or shape you require or print large panels.
Sign Printing to foamex board or Printed Dibond are perfect for events and promoting your company or products.
All our signage displays offer you cost effective promotional solutions.
Cut Plastic Sheeting.
We offer a large range of acrylic sheets and other materials such as Foamex boards, Dibond panels and also correx sheeting for you to choose.
GJ Plastics Ltd ensure all your product display solutions, and sign branding meet your expected quality needs.
GJ Plastics offer excellent trade prices on our correx signs, foamex print, dibond printing and Perspex signage. As well as roller banners and PVC outdoor banners.
About GJ Plastics.
GJ Plastics Ltd is an innovative, exciting, vibrant and professional printing and display solutions company; who offer unique design and manufacturing solutions.
We have our own in house product designers who use the latest 3D Cad software to develop a huge range of point of sale display products, counter and floor standing in acrylic and other materials.
Once designed our highly skilled team produce them in our Fabrication and cut plastic sheeting department.
We also offer imaginative solutions for signage displays, sign printing and cut plastic sheeting.
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1) What thickness of material do you use?
As a standard we use 5mm thick acrylic for the acrylic prints. There is however, an option to upgrade to 10mm thick acrylic if you prefer.
2) What brand of acrylic do you use?
We only use the Perspex™ brand, as this is British or European manufactured and is also considered to be the market leader in quality and performance.
3) Are acrylic prints waterproof?
Whilst most acrylic prints that are produced are used internally, they can actually be used outdoors as well. The print and acrylic panel is fully waterproof and UV resistant.
Print onto Acrylic:
1) What is the largest size acrylic print you can offer?
We can print onto acrylic at a whopping 8ft x 4ft (2440mm x 1220mm) in once piece using our brand new Jetrix Flatbed printer
2) Can you print onto acrylic with white ink?
Yes, our machines have white ink capability, for full edge to edge prints such as photographs, we will flood fill the back of the panel with white ink to make the image even more vibrant. We can also just back the data in white, to help logos or text stand out against darker backgrounds.
3) Is printing onto acrylic expensive?
Technology in the large format printing industry has moved extremely fast over the last 10 years and we can now print faster and at a better quality than ever before. The saving on speed now makes printing on acrylic more cost effective, as a result leads to cheaper prices for the customer.
Acrylic Wall Art:
1) Do you have a limitation on colours for my print?
Acrylic wall art is digitally produced using the CMYK colour format. So any amount of colours can be reproduced. All also you need to ensure is that your artwork is sent over in CMYK colour mode and in high resolution.
2) How long does it take to produce Acrylic Wall Art?
Typically orders are produced in around 5-7 working days.
3) Can you check my image to see if it is suitable for Acrylic Wall Art?
Yes, all you need to do is email it over to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what size you are interested in ordering and one of the print team can check your file and let you know if it is suitable to be produce as acrylic wall art.
1) What is aluminium composite?
Aluminium composite, often known by its brand name Dibond, is made up of a thin skin of aluminium, either size of a plastic composite material. It is widely used in the signage industry and it is very strong and hard wearing
2) Can aluminium signs be drilled?
Yes, ACM or Aluminium composite is very simple to drill. A standard HSS bit is the ideal tool for the job. So if done correctly, there should be no danger of the panel splitting
3) How long with my aluminium sign last?
This does depend on several factors such as the weather and direct sunlight. Most signs will also last several years before you get any noticeable fading. You can also have a gloss or matt laminate put over the print, which will increase the lifespan of the sign. ~
1) What is dibond?
Dibond is actually a brand name of aluminium composite sheeting and is considered as one of the leading brands. It is made up of two very thin pieces of solid aluminium, which are laminated to either side of a plastic composite material. Is has a very smooth surface and therefore makes it ideal for printing onto.
2) How large can you make dibond prints?
Our printers can direct print onto dibond at a size of 2440mm x 1220mm (8ft x 4ft) as one piece. We can also tile artworks together to make up very large signage displays such as printed hoarding boards.
3) How long does it take for you to produce dibond prints?
Lead times are typically 5-7 working days from receipt of artwork and payment.
Is foamex durable enough for signs?
Despite its name, foamex is a hard rigid plastic, not a squishy foam material. It makes excellent medium term signage and is also full waterproof.
What size do you print foamex signs?
We have all the standard paper sizes to choose from on the website. However, as we print all our signs in house, we can offer bespoke signs all the way up to 2440mm x 1220mm as one piece. Larger signs can be created using several sheets of material.
Is foamex fire rated?
If fire rating is a particular concern then foamex is one of the best materials to use as it is class 1 fire rated. So it makes it ideal for airports, train stations and shopping centres.
Do you use RGB or CMYK colour when printing foamex?
All foamex printing is done in CMYK colour mode. Our RIP software will automatically change your artwork colours to CMYK if you send it in RGB, so you may find the colours will come out different to what you seen on your screen. It is always best to design your artwork in CMYK wherever possible. Check out our artwork requirements for further details.
How do I send you my artwork for foamex prints?
You can place the order online, you will then receive a confirmation email with your order number, you can then just reply to this and attach your artwork, ideally in PDF format, CMYK colour mode. We can accept up to 15mb files via email, larger files can be sent over via www.wetransfer.com
Do you offer trade foamex printing?
Yes, we certainly do, this makes up quite a large part of our business and as such allows us to offer very good prices. If you are a trade customer, who wishes to become a re-seller of our foamex printing, then please contact a member of our team who will be happy to help.