|Thickness:||1/8", 1/4"||Features:||Smooth, sun and deformation resistant, substitutes standard Aluminum|
|Weight:||1.6lbs/sqft, 3.2lbs/sqft according to the thicknesses||Installation:||Mounted with screws (optional) or standoffs, double sided tape, suction cup, command strips, hanging clips, Zip ties, etc.|
|Min. Sign size:||4” x 4"||Printing:||Digital, high resolution - full color printing with UV inks, prints can be double sided|
|Max. sign size:||48" x 96"||Drilled hole options:||4 corners, Top and bottom center, Top corners only, 4 Corners and Top and Bottom Center|
|Common Sizes:||12” x 18”, 24” x 36", 18" x 24", 18" x 36", 24" x 24", 24" x 48", can be customized||Cutting options:||Standard, overline or outline, rounded|
|Material:||Polyethylene core in between two thin Aluminum sheets||Usage outdoors:||10+|
|Color:||Standard white||Usage indoors:||15+|
What are Custom Dibond Signs?
Dibond Signs are ideal exterior and interior signage solution. Printed in full color, it is a durable material for any advertising campaign and storefront branding. The material is weather resistant, prints stay vivid after long term usage. Dibond is made of two Aluminum sheets glued to a solid polyethylene core. It gives industrial interior and business design, a professional feel and signature look. Perfect for logo, photo or directional signage.
What Are The Benefits?
Where to use Dibond Signs?
Dibond is a high-quality material used for different industrial and advertising institutions. It’s the perfect sign to use for both long and short-term – exterior and interior applications. Due to its UV and weather resistance, it is the preferred material for exterior directions, warnings, site and notice signage. It is often used as a substitute to traditional Aluminum signs due to being more lightweight but still equally durable.Dibond signs also serve as a nameplate, logo interior signage. Stores, offices or reception areas can be branded with Dibond signage.
What is the difference between Dibond signs and Aluminum signs?
As a perfect solution for this weighty choice between a Dibond and an Aluminum sign consider this slight material difference. Both, at first glance, have a metal appearance, however Dibond has a Polyethylene core sandwiched between Aluminum composite sheets. If we compare 1/8” Dibond and Aluminum sheets, Dibond will come up as a true winner of being more lightweight. This advantage makes Dibond the preferred material for complex signage, where sturdy but lightweight construction is needed. It’s the preferred choice for traffic signage, as it is more stable to weather changes and is impact resistant.
How to Install Dibond Signs?
Depending on the construction difficulty Dibond Signs can be easily drilled through a wall and attached with bolts, standoffs. Can be screw-mounted on wood or concrete wall. Read the installation section to get to know the full arsenal of accessories for a hassle-free installation.
How to maintain Dibond Signs?
Dibond Signs are easy to maintain. Washing with a liquid soap and water is sufficient to keep it clean and shiny. Wiping off the dust will preserve the Dibond Sign Graphics vivid and attractive look.