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For over 15 years, we have been continuously improving our products and processes to create a line of engraving plastics for both laser and rotary engraving. Our long term goals have never changed! That is, simply to deliver a plastic sheet that will perform in your shop time after time with dependability and value you can count on. We might not be the largest, or oldest supplier in our market, nevertheless, we have masterfully designed an engraving plastic that will continue to impress your production and bottom line, time and time again. Our "Lazers" engraving lineup is a 2 ply laminate engineered for interior and exterior applications. We have designed this material with a durable and UV stable acrylic core. Our color selection will match most all industry standards.
If your project requires longer lasting product designed for maximum UV exposure, our "Lazer Extremes" are available as well. All of our sheet products are available in .020, 1/16, and 1/8 thicknesses. Our standard sheet size (24x48) can be cut down to 24x24 or 12x24 at no extra cost.
Southeast Plastics believes in developing people, processes, and products. One aspect cannot achieve long term success without the other. Our staff members have served in the awards and recognition industry for many years and can help you with your most challenging projects. Our processes ensure quality at every turn and are made under ISO 9001 registrations. Finally, our products are engineered with precision. After your first sample arrives, you will experience the Southeast difference! As meticulous as we are, our philosophy drives us to improve all of these aspects each day.
Quality (Everyone Loves Clean Sheets)
Our sheets are manufactured under controlled environments in efforts to provide the cleanest engraving sheet available in our industry.
Southeast Plastic's process of R&D is a continuous process. We are not limited to only engraving sheets. We are excited to launch a brand new line of products for the Awards and Recognition Industry by early 2016.