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Information on contour-cut signs

We make our contour-cut signs from 3.2 mm thick plastic and you can order them in black and white. The material is made from acrylic plastic (PMMA).

On the Design Page you can design cut-out letters and numbers in sizes from 15 mm up to 560 mm (the size can be modified depending on the length of the text).

A contour-cut sign comes with a self-adhesive backing and adheres well to walls, doors and other flat surfaces. The tape is strong and the UV-resistant, stable and scratch-resistant material can be used both indoors and outdoors.

Cut-out letters

Cut-out letters or numbers are perfect for your home, business or store. Contour-cut letters can be mounted on doors or walls, for instance. Cut-out freestanding letters create a stylish and professional look and are often used in entrances, receptions, offices, restaurants or hotels. Often as information signs, but you can also use them as decoration in the home.

Design your own letters in the font and size of your choice. Show where the cafeteria is, the way to the toilets or how to get to the spa with our standalone letters.

Cut-out numbers

Cut-out numbers, or standalone numbers, can be used indoors on a wall or door. They add a stylish appearance. You can also use them outdoors as long as the surface is smooth and dry. You can order contour cut numbers in various fonts and sizes, depending on what message you want the sign to convey.

Mounting contour-cut signs

Our contour-cut signs come with a self-adhesive backing you need to remove before mounting. For your convenience, use the template supplied and attach this to the required surface (door or wall) using the strips provided. The cut-out sections (without protective tape) are then positioned on the template. Then remove the template. Your sign is ready!

Available fixing methods

Adhesive Tape

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