Sign fabricators, designers, and specifiers need to understand the benefits of using Photopolymer ADA signs. There are various methods to fabricate polymer signs and each has their own unique pros and cons. Photopolymer has been used for over 25 years... Read More →
The International Sign Association Employer Survey shows that the economy is looking positive. Just over half of CEOs surveyed (51.4%) expected business to grow by double digits in 2015. While this growth is exciting, it is paired with an increasingly turbulent... Read More →
Material Supply and Support In today’s economy, partnerships matter if you want to stay in business. Stability in your supply chain along with product and technical support when you need it most are the 2 things that must be expected... Read More →
Thinking Outside The Box Photopolymer signs are primarily used to identify rooms or spaces and typically include Braille. NovAcryl Series photopolymer offers a wide variety of design options that allow signage to match and/or compliment a facilities design. The question... Read More →
Construction Sector Growth During the ISA’s Supplier and Distributor Conference this past June, Dr. Jeff Dietrich from ITR Economics gave a presentation titled Make Your Move. The presentation showed economic forecasts for the remainder of 2012 through the end of... Read More →
How to Compliment Photopolymer with Zinc There are several methods for fabricating ADA signage. As photopolymer has risen to dominance of the last 5 years, there have been many designers and fabricators that have incorporated NovAcryl Photopolymer in various sign designs that matched up with other substrates.
One of the unique characteristics of NovAcryl Photopolymer is the many ways to decorate and add color to the material. The world of plain, boring ADA signs is past and many people are looking to tie wayfinding signage in with... Read More →