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Product Description

Correx boards are large and offer a lot of advertising space. To maximise their impact, they should be kept as clean and simple as possible. These should be used to landmark your physical presence at your location or at events. Place your brand name, logo and the key message that people should know about on these signs. You can also add some contact details for people who want to look you up or save them for future use (website, telephone number and email at the minimum.) For the best correx boards use professional design software such as Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, or Illustrator. Use our checklist to ensure that your design is print ready. If you are uncomfortable with the respective design software, try our in-house professional design services. This is crucial, as a poor design can harm the quality of your sign as well as your business and its reputation. Note that die-cuts for smaller boards have to be approved first in order to ensure the cutting quality.

CORREX BOARD PRINTING MINIMUM ARTWORK REQUIREMENTS: • Font Size: 8pt • 300dpi image quality • CMYK Colour Mode • Safe Text Size: Size of product ordered -10mm • Remember to convert text to paths OR Convert artwork to Jpeg • Bleed: Product size +10mm • Dieline / Template where necessary. • Remember to keep your text 25mm from the edge of the artwork to avoid eyelets going through text.

Our Services: We offer you a wide range of configurations to print your signage boards as you would like them to be. This includes a variety of formats (including custom formats), papers, and finishes to best match your message and design. In addition, Printulu only employs the best printing equipment (offset or digital), to ensure that your signs have the highest quality level. Our process is extremely easy! Choose your configuration and quantities online, add the product to your cart, check out by paying online, and then simply upload your files. Your signage boards will then be delivered to your doorstep.

Material: 3mm Correx Board is made from polypropylene sheet. Structurally it is an extruded twin-wall sheet with flutes/corrugations used to reinforce the structure. The benefits of correx boards are that it will give your signs a robust and lightweight structure at an affordable price, which is ideal for temporary signage or estate agent boards.

Refinement Eyelets are the ringed holes punched into the signage boards. With eyelets attached, signs can be hung up anywhere so that your clients notice your marketing message from a distance.

Yes! You can send a query to support@printulu.co.za to order your custom size.

Bleed is the area around your artwork that is trimmed off. This allows your design to look as if it was printed to the edge, even when the cutting alignment was slightly off. Your bleed should always extend to at least 3mm.

Signs were born from consumer culture as well as developments in branding and labelling. The earliest uses of signage can be traced back to the Song Dynasty in China and Ancient Egypt and Rome. The chief use of these signs was to demarcate the physical location of a particular shop or establishment. This traditional use has continued, albeit with newer materials such as ABS and Correx boards replacing the ancient stone and terracotta.