Printed Braille Signs | With Raised Letters and Graphics | Full Color Background Prints
We Offer Compliant ADA Signs That Can Be Printed in Full Color With Such Things as Textured Surfaces and Raised Company Logos
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.
Printed braille signs can have a variety of backgrounds such as wood grain, product photographs or company logos. All are ADA Compliant with federal and state regulations.
These ADA compliant signs are unique. They not only have raised letters and braille, but also can be designed with a raised company logo and a textured finish.
Versatile ADA compliant signs become part of your interior sign design system
Our printed braille signs, manufactured by Graphic Impact are ADA compliant signs with incredibly crisp text and vibrant, full-color images. Using a proprietary printing system raised braille, compliant raised lettering, and raised graphics and logos become an integral part of a sign system. A standard cast Acrylic is used in the braille signage process to quickly and economically create signage that complies with federal ADA guidelines with a UV printing process. Other substrates can be also be used and almost any size and custom shapes are a possibility.
Fastest and highest resolution in the industry
Printed braille signs are the fastest and highest resolution sign process available to produce ADA-compliant braille signage. Ideal for smaller quantity signs. Printed braille signs can be produced on metals, plastics, wood and even ceramic tiles and glass. By producing both flat and attention grabbing raised prints, the possibilities are almost endless.
How we fabricate digitally printed braille signs
To start, for printed braille signs, we can either utilize your design(s), or customize a design for you. This can be a photo, company logo, or simple colors. Each printed braille sign can have a different background and look. Graphic Impact uses lasers to precisely cut each of the signs. The initial sign layout can be done in software such as Photoshop, Corel Draw or Adobe Illustrator. Once the designs are completed, we use a proprietary process to add the raised braille, room numbers, names, etc. Raised graphics and logos, if required can then be added to the background design. CLICK HERE to see a sign being fabricated. Normally, a thin piece of cast acrylic is used for the design and raised printed braille signs and then laminated to a PVC backer. The completed sign can be any thickness. Quarter inch or half inch are the most popular.
Graphic Impact was founded in 1989. We are ready to help with your design and will even do a no cost survey of your facility. Call 520 795-7446 for any assistance.