Perspex®, Plexiglas® & Astariglas® are all premium brands of acrylic and are the most commonly used product for display and point of sale. It comes in various colours and the thickness of the material ranges from 2mm to 50mm depending on availability. Acrylic is durable and perfect for point of sale display and exhibition purposes.
The standard sheet size is 2440mm x 1220mm.There are larger sheets available. We cut to any size.
Signage Grade Composite Panel consists of a thermoplastic polyethylene core that is sandwiched between two outer flat aluminium panels.
Lightweight, strong and durable, the material comes in a range of colours and finishes with improved ink adhesion so no preparation is needed for high definition printing.
PETG which again is used in a display situation. To the layman it is the material used in soft drink bottles. It is very durable and is high impact. It is usually used in the supermarket situation for Hang Cells or counter displays.
Sheet size is 2440mm x 1220mm and is available in a range of thicknesses from 0.5 to 3mm.
Polycarbonate also known as Lexan is normally used in any situation that requires a robust material. It is fantastic for machine guards, prisons, security and high traffic areas. It is available in clear, grey tint and pearl.
Standard sheet size is 2440mm x 1220mm but we can cut to any size and larger sheets are available.
From MDF Board through Aluminium and onto a variety of other substrates. Australian Plastic Fabricators can source and supply a wide variety of materials. Call us to discuss the suitability of the various substrates for your project – we can help you choose the best material for your project and budget.
Do you need to match a specific PMS or CMYK colour? We can supply sample acrylic colour chips to help you decide.
Critical to the success of your project is the specification of the most suitable materials for the purpose, function, longevity and safety of your display project. Contemporary visual merchandising often requires the use of several substrates, manufacturing processes and embellishments. We listen, so get the right advice the first time by asking an Australian Plastic Fabricator’s Display Consultant.