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    Signs twin-wall sheet

    Signs printed on twin-wall sheets

    If you are looking for printable signs that are robust, resistant and durable, twin-wall sheets are a good choice. These are classically used for election campaign posters, but can also be used for many other purposes. For example, you can have your signs printed on twin-wall sheeting if you are doing outdoor advertising for an event or want to signpost a specific route for a running event.

    The robust polypropylene posters are equally suitable for simple wayfinding systems in large car parks as well as at trade fairs. Here you can configure your twin-wall signs with just a few clicks and your print data and have them printed by us in excellent quality at a reasonable price. Printing is possible from as little as one piece. However, our print shop has sufficient capacity to create several thousand signs for you at once, e.g. for large promotions.

    Robust signs for all weather conditions

    We print your message, notices or advertising on a 2.5 millimetre thick twin-wall sheet. There are more than 20 different formats to choose from. Special formats or free forms are also possible. You can have huge signs printed in B1 as well as small signs in 100 x 200 millimetres. Simply select the desired size in the configurator.

    The material used is so-called "Akylite". This is polypropylene that can be 100 percent recycled. The advantage of the twin-wall sheets is that they are very light despite their size. At the same time, polypropylene is very robust and tear-resistant. You can therefore use these posters several times.

    On request, we add 4x corner holes so that you can fasten the panels with cable ties or other materials. Suction cups are also available as an option. Simply select "Suction cup signs" in the configuration.

    We use the CMYK process for printing. So photos, graphics, texts or slogans can be printed on the signs.