This blog discusses ADA compliant signs utilizing raster bead technology. An acrylic or metal braille dot is injected into the substrate (in this case acrylic). If clear acrylic is used, any full color, design or photograph can be incorporated.
Category: Architectural Signs
This blog discusses printed ADA Braille signs. We show how a sign, with the latest technology, is fabricated in full photographic color. There are no minimum and many times are less expensive than other methods.
Architectural signs with irregular shapes tend to draw attention. Especially when a logo is incorporated into the designs. Even rectangular and square signs when produced