Acrylic Printing

  • Perfect for office lobbies, trade shows & retail stores
  • Reverse-printed for an ultra high gloss finish
  • Borderless & studless mounting options
  • Free die cutting included
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Acrylic Prints Videos

How to install Acrylic Prints
What is reverse printing?
Sintra vs Acrylic

Examples of Acrylic Prints

Printed Acrylic Sign
Printed Acrylic Sign
Back Lit Acrylic Sign
Back Lit Acrylic Sign
Double side Printed Acrylic
Double side Printed Acrylic
Die Cut Acrylic Characters
Die Cut Acrylic Characters
Single Side Opaque Printed Acrylic
Single Side Opaque Printed Acrylic
Die Cut Acrylic Shape
Die Cut Acrylic Shape
2nd Surface Printed Acrylic
2nd Surface Printed Acrylic
Die Cut Acrylic Signage Backed With Chrome Vinyl
Die Cut Acrylic Signage Backed With Chrome Vinyl
2nd Surface Printed Acrylic
2nd Surface Printed Acrylic
Second Surface Reverse Printed 1/4
Second Surface Reverse Printed 1/4" Acrylic Table Top
Printed Acrylic With Aluminum Stand Off's
Printed Acrylic With Aluminum Stand Off's
Second Surface Reverse Printed 1/4
Second Surface Reverse Printed 1/4" Acrylic Table Top
Second Surface Reverse Printed 1/4
Second Surface Reverse Printed 1/4" Acrylic Table Top
Second Surface Reverse Printed 1/4
Second Surface Reverse Printed 1/4" Acrylic Table Top
Second Surface Reverse Printed 1/4
Second Surface Reverse Printed 1/4" Acrylic Table Top

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  • 24"x36" Print

  • Outdoor Use
  • Shipping
  • Die Cutting
  • Durability
  • Finish
  • Foamcore

  • $37

    per piece

  • No
  • Free
  • Included
  • 6/10
  • Matte
  • PVC/Sintra

  • $54

    per piece

  • Yes
  • Free
  • Included
  • 8/10
  • Gloss/Matte
  • Acrylic

  • $180

    per piece

  • Yes
  • Free
  • Included
  • 9/10
  • Gloss/Matte
  • Gatorboard

  • $67

    per piece

  • Yes
  • Free
  • Included
  • 10/10
  • Matte
  • Dibond

  • $89

    per piece

  • Yes
  • Free
  • Included
  • 9/10
  • Gloss/Matte
  • Acrylic Printing with Free Die Cutting

    There’s a reason why acrylic printing is so popular amongst photographers and artists; this is your option if you’re looking to enhance the depth, vibrancy and longevity of your images. The same mounting technique used by contemporary art galleries across the globe is now available for displaying photos in your home, office, or lobby.

    Acrylic photos are printed directly onto the back of thick, clear plastic for frameless photo mounting; the print is then flushed with white for stunning richness and dramatic contrast. Unlike traditional mounting methods, second surface printing isn’t subject to warping with time. Our waterproof UV resistant inks adhere to the glossy acrylic for a brightness and clarity that will last for years. Mounting photos on acrylic gives you a deep, polished look, like your image is embedded in glass. Whether you’re looking to preserve your artwork or adding atmosphere to a reception area, acrylic printing delivers high-impact, flawless wall displays.

    Need help installing your frameless acrylic photo? The most popular methods for hanging large acrylic prints are standoffs and cleats. Standoffs are cylindrical brushed metal studs that are inserted through the front of the acrylic to mounts in the back that hold your print away from the wall for a “floating”, industrial look. Standoffs are perfect for modern or edgy decor. Cleats are a hanging system that is completely hidden from view. Cleats are perfect for seamless, edge-to-edge photos (like panoramas) and wrapped images for a clean, uninterrupted appearance. Call us today for an installation quote. If you’re hanging your prints yourself and have chosen a standoff hanging system, we’d be happy to predrill your acrylic for you at no extra cost.

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    Second surface mounted acrylic, second surface printing, Photos on acrylic, printing on acrylic, print on acrylic, photos to acrylic, printing on acrylic, acrylic photos, acrylic print, Acrylic wall mount, prints on plexiglass, Glass Printing. Stud Mount Acrylic Signs

  • What is reverse-printing?

     

    That means that we print your image on the back of clear acrylic. This gives your the prismatic look of being behind glass. If you’re mounting your print, that means that the printed part of the acrylic is against the wall and is protected by the acrylic face. Though the print itself is waterproof, reverse-printing safeguards against scuffs and scratches.

  • Do you use metallic paper?

     

    Photo printing on metallic paper is very popular in the fine art world; it gives a subtle luster and luminosity to your images, especially black and whites. Because we print directly onto acrylic, this is not an option that we offer.
    The nature of acrylic printing, however is to do so in layers of color with a white flush, giving your image superior color vibrancy and depth. It’s a different look than metallic paper printing, but it is more durable and longer lasting. If you’re sold on the metallic option, check out our dibond printing options.

  • Do I need to order the white flush?

     

    We print your image flushed in white to give it true, opaque color. If you prefer not to print the flush, that’s perfectly fine, just be aware that your colors will be semi-transparent. Any images that you supply should be in vector format. If you don’t know what that is, give us a call and our graphic designers can help you out.

  • How long will my acrylic print last?

     

    Acrylic is pretty indestructible (that’s not a guarantee; just our personal experience). With regular usage, acrylic will not shatter, crack, or break. The glossy surface may scratch over time if it is not cleaned with the proper materials. The archival print is protected by the facing acrylic. Though both the acrylic and the print are UV resistant and waterproof, your image will stay vibrant and intact longer if kept away from direct exposure to the elements. In short, it should last you a good long while. Theoretically, because it's printed in UV-cured archival ink, it could last up to 75 years, but none of us have been printing long enough to personally vouch for that.

  • How do I clean my acrylic print?

     

    The acrylic face protects the face of your print; do not clean the backing/print itself or you may risk scratching the print. The face can be cleaned with a feather duster or soft cloth. Do not clean the acrylic with anything abrasive. Refrain from using chemicals on the acrylic. If your acrylic print is particularly grimy, clean with a diluted solution of vinegar.

  • How do I hang my acrylic print?

     

    The acrylics can be mounted any way you like, but keep in mind that any adhesive applied to the back of the acrylic will be placed on the printing, endangering your image. As acrylic can sometimes be heavy (depending on the thickness and size) we recommend standoffs, as the print is kept away from direct contact with the wall. Did you know that 858 Graphics also offers installation services?

  • What sizes do you offer?

     

    We offer acrylic prints in custom sizes. We accommodate images as small as 6 inches or wide as 10 feet. If you’d like something bigger, we can print your image in panels. On our website, we offer thicknesses of ⅛ and ¼ inches. We also carry ½ and 1 inch acrylic (if you’d like either of these, please call our sales staff), but ¼ is by far the most popular. That’s because the larger and thicker your acrylic substrate is, the more expensive it’ll be. The 1 inch acrylic looks awesome, but we understand that the price is too rich for most people's blood.

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