You’ve probably noticed how technology makes just about everything a moving target. Signage is no exception. We talked with people at the International Sign Association and some leading sign makers to learn what trends sign designers and fabricators should be... Read More →
The Five Essentials of ADA signs So we start with two questions: Have you even had any of your ADA signs rejected because they didn’t meet a local, state or federal ordinance? Have you ever been in a building where... Read More →
Doha, Qatar In the United States, Western Europe and Australia, accessible sign design is taken for granted. 25 years of accessibility codes and the all encompassing guidelines of the International Standards Organization have made egress and identification signs common... Read More →
Use the Supplies of Your Choice Your printer just ran out of ink and you discover the replacement cartridge from the original equipment manufacturer is twice the cost of a generic ink cartridge! It doesn’t matter whether it is Epson,... Read More →
A couple months ago, we detailed how section 179 could help you save money on the purchase of new equipment. As a reminder, Section 179 is a tax deduction that brings significant tax savings for small businesses.
DOJ Increases Penalties For ADA Violations…don’t let this be YOU. Did you know that you can be fined $75k for a single ADA violation? ADA signs are not exempt from this fine and states and local jurisdictions are getting serious... Read More →
Improve Cycle Times and Quality Exposure to UV light is what creates the photopolymer elements of a sign. The photopolymer that comes in contact with the UV light hardens allowing the unexposed polymer to wash away in plain water during... Read More →
Better Vacuum Equals Better Quality As part of our Did You Know summer camapign, we thought it would be beneficial to talk about the importance of the vacuum processes when producing photopolymer signs. The vinyl cover sheet or “krene” is... Read More →