What is Photopolymer
Do all Photopolymer signs require a topcoat?
What type of paint can I use?
How thick do I apply the paint or clear coat layer?
What is a Wet Film Gauge?
I am using a photopolymer sheet as a lens in a curved sign with a digital print. Do I need to apply a clear coat even though it is an interior application?
How To Make A Photopolymer Sign
What is a Stouffer Scale and how does it work?
Can you cut metal and plastic with the shear I purchased?
What substrate options do I have with exterior polymer?
Isn’t the government constantly changing the ADA rules?
What is the new 2010 ADA Standard?
Will photopolymer signs still be compliant after the new ADA rules are passed?
ADA signs are supposed to be “non-glare.” Can we use metals for ADA signs?
How do we determine contrast on signs? What colors work best?
Current ADA guidelines call for “simple” serifs. What is a simple serif?
What sign types need to follow ADA guidelines?
Do temporary signs need to be ADA compliant?
What type of Braille is used for ADA compliant signage?
What are the guidelines for Visual Characters?
What size does my copy need to be for ADA compliance?
Are there any ADA changes for symbol signage?
At what height do ADA signs need to be installed?
What are the minimum height clearances for ADA signage?
Where do ADA signs need to be installed in relationship to a door?
Is ADA stairwell signage necessary?
Where can I find more factual information about the ADA and regulations?
How To Make Compliant Photopolymer Braille
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