Di Bond Signs
Di Bond Signs

Di Bond Signs

Di Bond Signs 5 1 Reviews

Di Bond is a lightweight product made of two sheets of aluminium with a solid polyethylene core. Designed primarily for outdoor use short term or long term, Di Bond is weather proof, rust proof and crack resistant.

Typical uses of the applications include the following signs:

  • Shop Fascia
  • Advertising Hoardings
  • Car Parks
  • Directional Signs
  • Traffic Signs
Di Bond is printed with high quality photographic finish, in a range of sizes or for your bespoke alternative please contact our office.

Want to see all prices?Price:£26New excl VAT

Order & upload artwork Within

03 34 29

to receive delivery on Thu 18th Apr 2024

Supplying artwork

Artwork needs to be supplied in PDF format.

Please supply with 15mm bleed and crop marks.

Artwork Service

If you prefer we can put some artwork together for you. If you need our help with artwork give the studio a call and we can assist. 

Product Reviews

"My organisation have been using Ebbsfleet Printing for years now and we've always been impressed by what they've produced for us. This year we needed to complete a huge rebranding project, totalling well over 100 signs/decals/cut lettering across 31 locations which all needed to be replaced. The work was delivered on time and has been completed to a high standard by Ebbsfleet Print - we are all very pleased. Staff at Ebbsfleet are always friendly and polite, providing plenty of help and guidance on different options and explaining what might work best to those of us with little knowledge of signage (we've appreciated their patience!). Sam at Ebbsfleet Print who led on the project with us went above and beyond, filling us with confidence that the project would be completed despite the size and timescales we were working to - he was always available to handle our queries throughout the months that this rebranding project was planned/undertaken. Thank you to all of the team, we will continue to use your services for our other (much smaller!) future jobs."

Abigail Coles