Acrylic Sign Board

Acrylic signs are made from a cast polymer that is colorless, transparent, and durable and is a perfect substitute for traditional glass. Because of their depth, clarity, and beauty, they are often used as the lobby, directional, and architectural signage.

Acrylic signs are made with UV ink printed directly onto the material. However, they can also be used as rigid substrates for attaching vinyl lettering or print films like opaque and clear window decals.

Acrylic signs are excellent choices for a simple yet beautiful look for any office, business, or professional setting. They are 100% customizable and one of the best ways to showcase your logo or brand.

Thickness :

The default thickness for our acrylic signs is 1⁄8″ thick. For almost all uses this thickness will be sufficient.

Nonetheless, for a thicker acrylic with added durability and rigidity, we offer a 1⁄4″ thick option at a slightly more expensive price. The thicker acrylic also offers greater light refraction for more sheen and depth.

Both thickness options do have some bendability to them. When ordering either thickness, we recommend that you select centered top and bottom drilled holes in addition to the four corners for added support for all signs greater than 60″.

Additional Specs :

Weight:  69 lbs per square foot (about the weight of 7 Snickers Bars)

Thickness : 

  • 125″ (about the thickness of 32 sheets of copy paper)
  • 25″ (about the thickness of 64 sheets of copy paper)

Details: Gorgeous professional signage that is 100% customizable. weather resistant, printable on either front or back, and safer than traditional glass. Transparent were not printed.

Usage: Indoor/Outdoor. Office, hallways, conference room, building signage, lobby, directional, etc.

Print Method: Four color process, eco-friendly, weather, fade, and abrasion resistant UV ink

Estimated Lifespan: 5+ years with proper placement and care

Common Sizes: 12″x12, 24″x12″, 36″x18″, 2’x4′, 4’x4′, 4’x8′




Acrylic signs can be printed on the front or back of the surface both of which offer different advantages. Printing on the front of the sign is called “Standard” while printing on the backside of the acrylic is called “Second Surface”.

While Standard printing is cheaper, for most custom acrylic signs we recommend Second Surface printing. This type of printing creates a depth and sheen that Standard printing does not have as well as being less likely to be scratched or damaged once installed.

Bright lights can sometimes cause some glare on signs printed with the option of Second Surface. Softer and indirect lighting negates this potential drawback of Second Surface printing and it is still the more commonly ordered print surface.