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What is the ideal space for an aluminum piece?

Digital files can be printed directly onto an aluminum substrate, thereby allowing a metallic finish to come through the image. Aluminum substrate captures and reflects light to enhance the depth and color of the image. Aluminum provides a very clean, contemporary look that presents well in modern and high-technology spaces.

How are aluminum pieces mounted to the wall?

Aluminum art can be mounted to the wall three ways: (1) with one-inch brushed stainless steel standoffs (“pucks”), (2) with one-inch brushed stainless steel locking standoffs, or (3) cleated with ½” rigid PVC.

What is the most commonly used method to mount aluminum pieces?

Mounting aluminum pieces with one-inch brushed stainless steel standoffs (“pucks”) is the most common way to affix aluminum to a wall. To accomplish this, four (sometimes six depending upon the size of the image) small circular holes are drilled into the corners of the aluminum. The metal standoffs are then placed in the holes and screwed into the wall. Once mounted, the aluminum piece will sit one inch away from the wall.


First surface direct UV print on a single piece of brushed composite aluminum panel with matte laminate (optional), unframed

  • Digital image is printed directly on the front surface of the aluminum
  • Matte laminate may be applied to print surface for additional protection, if desired
  • 1/8” Signabond brushed aluminum composite
  • Border options: None, 1” or 2” border
  • Holes drilled in 4 corners of each piece (center on border or 1 to 1) (10 mm hole size for 1” standoffs). Oversize pieces may require 6 or more holes/standoffs.
  • 1” stainless steel brushed satin standoff hardware (other standoff options are available upon request)

Standard specs: First surface direct UV print on aluminum with matte laminate optional, 1” border, 1” standoffs with brushed pucks