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This article provides a True 3D Number Plate Guide for our trade customers. And it shows how you can add a new dimension to your number plates with our stick-on digits. Creating stylish number plates that appeal to more fashion conscious car owners.
So if you want to expand your production to include True 3D or 4D Number Plates, we have you covered. And you’ll save money compared to the competition.
To start, simply make your number plate as normal. Ensure you remove any protective covers from the acrylic and wipe the plate clean. Because we have sourced digits with adhesive that bonds to our acrylic faces. You can use our Number Plate Digits with both our Standard 2-Part and 3-Part Hybrid components.
In brief, you make a True 3D Plate by sticking our digits one by one onto an existing number plate. Like our printed number plates, these digits have to be used with our combined solutions to be road legal. And we can only guarantee their compliance when assembled correctly. You must print the registration number like normal for a True 3D Number Plate to be legal!
Begin by placing your number plate flat on a clean and well lit work surface. Note: The digit adhesive is high tack and once placed can’t be easily moved.
Start by removing the carrier film from the rear of the first digit to be fitted. This is the side coated with the specialist adhesive and is completely flat without bevelled edges.
Using the printed registration as a guide, position the digit carefully above a character. Not only does the pre-printed registration provide an assembly guide, but it also means the number plate remains legal in the event a digit comes off or is removed.
Next remove the protective carrier film from the face of each the plastic digits. The film stops the digits getting dirty or scratched before application.
Remember to wait a few minutes after fitting for the glue to cure before handling or fitting to a vehicle. Note: Digit adhesive is pressure sensitive, so to ensure British Standard compliance apply firmly or use an adjustable roller jig.