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Custom Acrylic Prints

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Take any of your favorite pictures or memories and get them printed directly onto crystal clear acrylic. Direct printing on acrylic offers astounding picture clarity and detail while creating a beautiful optical depth to your image. With sleek and professional standoffs your custom acrylic print can be 1/8" or 1/4" thick and can be hung on any rigid surface.

Sizes That Suit You

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Acrylic Prints In Any Custom Size

With no restrictions on shape or size that other companies have, your picture on acrylic will be exactly what you want it to be! Get a square, panoramic, horizontal or vertical acrylic print that is perfect for your space, picture and preference! Click the button below to start customizing your acrylic photo print today.

Finishes

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First Surface

Get front side printing for clear, rich images and prints. This standard printing is more susceptible to scratching but is slightly less in price.

Second Surface

Get back side printing for added protection from scratching and a distinctive sheen and depth for your custom acrylic print.

Finished Edges

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Standard:

This is a raw machine cut, leaving acrylic with a frosted looking, unpolished edge.

Polished:

This finish gives the edge of the acrylic a smooth polished edge with a sheen. Only available on prints under 48".

Why Acrylic Prints?

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Display Your Acrylic Print

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Display Only

If you have plans to display your print in your own creative way, you can have the acrylic print sent with no mounting options.

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Standoffs

With pre-drilled holes in place, our professional metal standoffs in each corner of your print allow for wall mounting and give a professional look for any display setting.

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25+ Years Experience

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Years of experience, expertise and beautiful prints.

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

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Free Photo Retouching

Free Photo Retouching

Make your picture perfect for free.


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10/10 EPIC! August 20, 2022 by Sammie ( MA )
“Looks amazing! We have it hanging in our flight school.”
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July 22, 2022 by Guest ( WA )
“Great quality. Super fast from purchase to receiving the item. Great customer service helping me figure out the best product for what I was wanting!”
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June 28, 2022 by Robert
“as ordered, excellent customer service when assisting to correct an error I made on the order”
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Worth its price! February 16, 2022 by Lars
“Great product. Not cheap, but worth its price! I am very happy!”

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Q:
Is acrylic the same thing as plexiglass?
Asked a year ago by Signs
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Acrylic (also known as polyacrylate) is a type of plastic material, aka plexiglass or Plexiglas (an acrylic brand). The terms can be used interchangeably, but we will refer to the material as acrylic to avoid confusion.
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How does acrylic differ from glass?
Asked a year ago by Signs
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Acrylic, unlike glass, is comprised of a transparent plastic that is a lighter, more shatter-resistant option compared to glass. Acrylic does not have the same texture as smooth glass, but does replicate a virtually smooth surface similar to glass. Nonetheless, it is important to note that acrylic photo prints are not shatterproof nor a glass substitute.
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Is my photo or image printed onto the acrylic or is it a decal overlay?
Asked a year ago by Signs
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Your photos will be printed directly onto the material (regardless of standard or second surface printing). We do not use a decal overlay for our custom acrylic prints.
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What is the difference between standard and second surface printing?
Asked a year ago by Signs
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Standard surface refers to the front face of the acrylic substrate. When your image is printed first surface the ink will be applied to the front of the acrylic panel, providing a matte look where the image is printed.Second surface refers to the backside of the acrylic substrate. When you print using second surface, the image will be printed on the back of the acrylic, so that it is visible through the front of the acrylic. This provides your print with a glossy, glass-like effect as well as a three-dimensional feel. The resulting appearance is sometimes described as a sheen or luster. Most customers are looking for a second surface print when purchasing acrylic photo prints.
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Can I have a print with a combination of standard and second surface printing?
Asked a year ago by Signs
A:
We do not offer a combination of standard and second surface printing as an available option on our website. If you are looking for an acrylic print with such design, please contact us and we can do a custom quote for you.
Q:
Do you offer different colored acrylic options for printing on?
Asked a year ago by Signs
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At this time we only offer a clear, colorless acrylic for printing.
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Can I use a light source to illuminate my acrylic print? Do you offer lighting options?
Asked a year ago by Signs
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Yes, you are more than welcome to use a light source to enhance your print. When doing so, we recommend not shining light directly on a second surface print, as the glare from the light can diminish the image clarity. Further, acrylic photo prints aren't intended to be used as backlit signs so we'd recommend not purchasing them with this intent in mind. We do not offer lighting options for our acrylic prints.

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Do you offer polished edges for your acrylic prints?
Asked a year ago by Signs
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Yes. Our acrylic prints can have polished edges so long as they are under 48". This can be selected on the design tool.
Q:
Why do you offer two different thickness options for acrylic prints?
Asked a year ago by Signs
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We offer 1/8" thick and ¼" thick acrylic prints to meet your various needs. These are the two most common thicknesses for acrylic prints in the printing industry. Aside from aesthetic purposes, the thicker ¼" print will offer greater rigidity for larger acrylic prints and a greater depth effect for when second surface printed.

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Does the thickness affect the price of the print?
Asked a year ago by Signs
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Yes, thicker acrylic prints will have a slight cost increase due to more material being used.