4mm Coroplast Signs are the perfect economical option for any business
With 4mm coroplast signage, your customers can create custom yard signs to meet all of their promotional, directional, and political needs (and beyond). Printed in full color on rigid corrugated plastic with optional grommets, they are versatile enough to be placed indoors and durable enough with UV-cured inks and waterproof durability to be staked outdoors.
At regular temperatures, oils, solvents, and water have no effect on coroplast which also lends nicely to the endurance of the sign.
When ordering H-stakes, place your rigid sign order with a width size bigger than the height size and order with vertical flutes.
Be aware that the corrugated flute structure results in a very subtle linear effect (faint lines) on the product's surface. The flutes can be horizontal or vertical but are only compatible with H-stakes in a vertical orientation.
4mm Coroplast Sign popular uses
How many H-stakes are needed per 10mm coroplast sign?
One H-stake is typically sufficient for one coroplast sign, but if the coroplast sign is larger than 24” x 18” then it can be used with two H-stakes for more stability.
Are grommets available for 4mm coroplast signs?
Yes, grommets are available for coroplast signs in all four corners, or in the top two corners, for a small additional charge. The grommets used for 10mm coroplast signs are brass colored with ¾” outside diameter.
Can 10mm coroplast signs be used outdoors?
Yes. As a waterproof, corrugated plastic, these signs can withstand weather conditions and are ideal for outdoor use.
Can 10mm coroplast signs be written on?
Yes, coroplast signs can be written on with a Sharpie.
What if I have an order for a coroplast sign that is larger than 36” x 24”?
If a larger coroplast sign is needed, it can be requested by submitting a custom estimate through our website Or call us .
What type of files should I send to over?
We recommend saving as a PDF file. You may also send the file in the following types: JPG, JPEG, TIF, TIFF, and EPS.
We prefer that you send PDF with embedded or outlined fonts. PDF files are easier to handle and will likely speed up your turn-around. Remember to flatten your files before uploading.
Your designs should always start and finish in CMYK color mode.
Your artwork files should be at 300 dpi.
How should I set up my bleed?
Bleed must extend past the cut-line and will be trimmed from the product during the final cutting phase. When the image is required to extend all the way to the edge, bleed is needed to preserve the finished look and the quality of the final product.
Please keep all text at least 0.125" inside the cut-line.