Novacryl Photopolymer Signs
Processing Novacryl photopolymer signage is not as complicated or magical as some of you may think. There are several key pieces to make the process work and bringing photopolymer production in-house is not for every shop.
To start, there are a few key component needed. The first and most important piece is painting. Since all photopolymer signs need to have a top coat of paint or clear coat spayed on the surface, a paint booth is necessary. While some people outsource this part, a typical workflow includes painting in-house.
The actual process of laying out our photopolymer signs and processing the raw material is very straight forward and cost efficient. One of the major advantages with photopolymer production is the ability to scale the process and mass produce photopolymer ADA signs.
A typical shop can produce around 400 signs that are 8″ x 8″ with one photopolymer processor during an average work day.
Watch our training video on How To Process Novacryl Photopolymer to learn more about how photopolymer signs are made.