Illuminated boxes are illuminated advertisements which are lit in one piece. Illuminated boxes can be used to make small eye-catching advertisements as well as very large solutions that can be attached to the walls of shopping centres.
We have produced illuminated boxes more than 20 years of activity and come across all kinds of unexpected situations. Sometimes, technical requirements might restrict artistic freedom, but we can use our know-how to advise you on obtaining an appropriate result.
Where to use illuminated boxes
Illuminated boxes can make logos, fonts and longer texts shine that would be difficult to produce using individual channel letters. For example, illuminated boxes are used when a logo is attached to the wall not with the back, but with the left or right side. The solution is very common in the interior of shopping centres where a shop name needs to be highly visible at a distance in the hallway.
Illuminated boxes are also well suited to pylons and building directories where texts are longer and there is no sense for each letter to be made separately.
What determines the price of an illuminated box
The price of an illuminated box is primarily dependent on its size and only thereafter on the type of solution. Some solutions are suitable for very small sizes and others can be tens of metres in size.
Different solutions or profiles
Thin LED lightboxes are meant for displaying posters and placards. The easy-to-open profile of the lightbox makes it simple to change posters and placards.
Such a solution is often used where the logo or its elements are too difficult to be made separately. The logo or letter elements are milled into the front surface of aluminium and when light passes through the openings, a very respectable result is produced.
This solution is one of the most popular and economic solutions for illuminated boxes. The maximum Plexiglas sheet size is 2050x3050mm. Used for large illuminated boxes, the connection points or joints would remain visible. The situation can be resolved using backlit banner fabric solution L4.
In this solution, instead of Plexiglas (on the picture the blue box with the letter P), the front surface is made of banner fabric. This hides the joints in the Plexiglas and makes the solution very appropriate for large illuminated boxes.
L10 and L1 are similar solutions where light passes through openings in aluminium. But additionally, volumetric logo elements which project from the aluminium surface, are used here. The solution is appropriate where the elements must be clearly seen and understood when viewed on an angle. Playing with the thickness of letters and logos, very varied 3D solutions can be produced.
Instead of an aluminium surface, this illuminated box uses translucent Plexiglas to the box’s entire extent. The solution is appropriate where the logo background has a specific colour that needs to be emphasised. The colour of Plexiglas used for the background and volumetric elements is different.