Monthly Archive: March 2011

Corflute signs 0

Corflute signs

Corflute is a fluted plastic (also known as corrugated plastic) which usually comes in two thicknesses – 3mm or 5mm. The beauty of corflute signs is they’re cheap and light-weight. They’re also relatively strong in proportion to their weight. Corflute is an ideal product for short term displays, point-of-sale, hanging signs or fence signs. Corflute is also used for football club signs, soccer club signs and other small, light-weight signs. Corflute is not recommended for signs which will be in the sun a long time and it can warp a little if exposed to too much heat. However it can...

Metal signs 0

Metal signs

Metal signs are the most durable of all kinds of signs. There are lots of different types of metal signs, including the following: Colorbond signs Signwhite Aluminium signs Aluminium composite signs (these are different to aluminium signs) Galvanised metal signs By far the most common metal signs are those made from Colorbond or signwhite (a slightly thinner gauge of Colorbond). Signwhite signs have a white background to begin with and can be painted, have vinyl cut lettering on them, or have digital print on them. They can withstand extreme temperatures, so are perfect for very hot environments. Aluminium composite signs...

Signs – an explanation 0

Signs – an explanation

The next few articles you’ll see appearing on our home page are a brief overview of what signs are available, and how they best suit an appplication. Each heading will list the type of sign and then underneath you’ll find an explanation which we hope will prove helpful in your research to find the best sign for your needs. Best regards, Perth Graphics Centre

Ducati 1198 vinyl wrap 0

Ducati 1198 vinyl wrap

Perth Graphics Centre was commissioned to change this red Ducati 1198 to a pink bike for the Miss Universe preliminary finals, and to achieve the best result, the bike was pulled apart. It was then cleaned, and using a printed colour – no supplier had a pink wrapping film available – it was wrapped, piece by piece.