We all know what correx is right?? (If not I’ve included some information below)
But have you ever given thought to what one can use correx for, other than the media exploiting headlines, or real estate agent for sale boards!
How about a car? A camper? A Roller shutter?
Yes it’s possible! Keep reading….
For those who are not sure what correx is….. Corrugated plastic or corriboard – also known under the trade names of Polyflute, Coroplast, FlutePlast, IntePro, Proplex, Correx, Twinplast, Corriflute or Corflute – refers to a wide range of extruded twinwall plastic-sheet products produced from high-impact polypropylene resin with a similar make-up to corrugated fiberboard. It is a light-weight tough material which can easily be cut with a utility knife. Varies in colours and sizes.
Correx is also known as fluted polypropylene board and PP corrugated board. Constructed just like corrugated cardboard, with a hollow box tube centre. It’s suitable for both internal and external use.
It’s very lightweight and totally waterproof. It is intended more for short term temporary use. It’s economical, light and rigid. Excellent for trade boards or tradesmen to advertise while working on a project, popular for estate agents ‘for sale’ boards.
Correx board printing is a cheap efficient way to produce temporary signs or displays. Over the last 30 years this corrugated plastic has become a staple in the building world, taking over material like ply wood and hard board, its easily cut and shaped and can be used for many different purposes.
With its versatility it has made quite an impact in the printing world too, printing directly onto the material using large format machines we can produce high quality full colour printed correx boards for any business.
Correx boards are commonly used for:
- Site signs
- Builders signs
- Warning signs
- Road signs
- Licensee signs
- Temporary signage
- Backing in frames
- Point of sale display
The not so common:
The Facet V1 is made almost entirely out of Coroplast, the same corrugated plastic that many for sales signs are made from.
2. Folding Geodesic Dome: Click here
3. Roller Shutter: Click here
What other interesting things can you think of to use correx?
Check out this cool website, for great instructable inventions: Click here
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