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    Vacuum Formed Lightboxes

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    Vacuum Formed lightboxes have a moulded 3-Dimensional signface.

    Vacuum forming is thermoforming, whereby a sheet of plastic is heated to a forming temperature, stretched onto a convex, or into a concave, single-surface mould, and forced against the mould by a vacuum (suction of air). The vacuum forming process can be used to make multiple levels in the face creating 3 dimensional letters and shapes.

    Vacuum formed faces are fitted to fabricated lightboxs produced by welding sheet metal into customised, rectangle or box shape. Both signle sided and double sided applications can be achieved.

    Light source: fluorescent tubes or LEDs all wired to Australian standards

    Box colour; powder coated or custom sprayed

    Installation Brackets; for wall mounted, hanging, cantilever and for mounting to pylon structures can be custom made.

    Today illuminated signage can be more interactive by incorporating digital clock and temperature features, animation and simple changing-text displays that give greater visibility and accessibility to a business.


    • Draws attention to your brand
    • Increase visibility during night
    • Vacuum forming can create additional strength
    • Adds dimension to lightbox
    • Cost effective identical repeat


    • Business Branding
    • Directional Signs
    • Wayfinding Signs
    • Walls Signs
    • Building Signs
    • Menu Boards
    • Promotional Displays
    • Product Gondolas
    • Interior & exterior