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How To Route NovAcryl Photopolymer

How To Route NovAcryl Photopolymer

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Routing Novacryl Photopolymer PT Series Routing Novacryl Photopolymer – NovAcryl PT Series Photopolymer is constructed with a clear PETG (Polyethylene Terephlalate Glycol) base. PETG is a thermoplastic and machines differently than other materials like Acrylic. The most notable difference is...
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Photopolymer Signs – Choosing The Right Material

Photopolymer Signs – Choosing The Right Material

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NovAcryl Photopolymer Sign vs. The Competition Not all photopolymer sign are created equal. NovAcryl PT Series Interior Photpolymer has a PETG base that has a zero moisture absorption ratio with the photopolymer layer that has a .001 moisture absorption ratio. The NovAcryl EX...
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5 Steps To Create a Damn Good Photopolymer Sign

5 Steps To Create a Damn Good Photopolymer Sign

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Artistic and Compliant Photopolymer signs are primarily used to create ADA room identification signs. The design and style of a photopolymer sign enhances the aesthetic of a space and provides accessibility for people with visual disabilities who occupy the space.

Why You Need To Change Your Bulbs

Why You Need To Change Your Bulbs

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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...
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How To Improve Your Photopolymer Quality and Cycle Times

How To Improve Your Photopolymer Quality and Cycle Times

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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...
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How To Apply Matthews LVOC Paint

How To Apply Matthews LVOC Paint

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Techniques for Painting Photopolymer Sheets The way you paint a photopolymer sign affects the tipping processing with hot stamp foil. The standard Matthews Acrylic Polyurethane (MAP) paint is applied and dries differently than the Matthews LVOC paint as they are...
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Learn How To Paint NovAcryl Sign Material

Learn How To Paint NovAcryl Sign Material

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NovAcryl and Matthew Paint Video Now Available In early October we went to a Matthews Paint training facility in California to shoot a training video that will walk you through the entire possess of painting NovAcryl photopolymer. While the video...
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NovAcryl and Matthews Paint Video Shoot

NovAcryl and Matthews Paint Video Shoot

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NovAcryl Photopolymer Training Video Shoot Last week we made a trip to a Matthews Paint Training Facility in Rancho Cucamonga, CA to shoot a training video on how to paint NovAcryl photopolymer. We worked with Tim Llyod, Ronnie Waddell and...
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How To Laser Cut NovAcryl

How To Laser Cut NovAcryl

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Learn How To Laser Cut NovAcryl Laser Cut NovAcryl – The base material used for the NovAcryl PT Series Photopolymer is PETG (Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol). Many people think that the clear base is acrylic and are often times surprised when...
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How To Use A Wet Film Gauge

How To Use A Wet Film Gauge

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Paint Thickness is Key Wet Film Gauge – When applying a top coat to any sign or substrate, the thickness of the paint coating is extremely important and often difficult to measure, especially when applying a clear coat. All top...
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