Pricing of Diasec in Norway is based on being midway between the cheapest low resolution UV prints direct on plexiglass and the labor intensive high end of the market in Norway using double sided adhesive film lamination.


Click on this link for a summary of all types of plexiglass mounting costs in Norway and my pricing. The red line shows Diasec pricing in Norway as a guide. Due to the numerous custom options please call if you need something special. Every solution will be tailor made to your exact requirements and budget.


This pricing includes a simple aluminium subframe so that the Diasec floats off the wall. A Diasec can also be mounted within a more traditional frame if required.


This price doesn't include making the print but I can advise you on a high quality print house (see here).


Your artwork can be picked up within the Oslo area by arrangement as I am normally in Oslo some time during the day.


The normal lead time is based on about 1 week after receiving the artwork it will be ready to leave the workshop. But this can of course be accelerated. The only limitation is the curing of the bonding compound which should be left to de-gas for a few days.


Packing / shipping / transport of the final Diasec has not been included in this price as it depends on many things. Delivery of the smaller sizes is possible within the Oslo / Asker area (approximately 1,2 X 1,5 meters will fit in my car). Call me to discuss the best solution for you.


This pricing given here is for a basic configuration as seen in the Gallery.


There are different types of plexiglass with a matt satin surface being a popular alternative to gloss. I can offer both matt and gloss acrylic within the standard package. TruLife TM is an exotic face sputtered acrylic giving it glass like properties on its outer surface while minimising relections. Although rather expensive it provides the ultimate in optical properties as well as being scratch resistant.


The standard edges are left with a machine finish where saw marks can be seen upon very close inspection. They can also be hand ground with a stone by special request.