• Ashley Tenney

Have you seen our UV printed ADA Signs?


When you think of UV printed text or graphics, what comes to mind? Do you imagine a flat surface as the finished product? That is just one method of UV printing. Another capability we have here, at Signs PDQ, is to UV print text, Braille, and graphics onto the face of a sign.


If you take a look at the photo to the right, you'll notice the finished product gives a look of raster applique or thermoformed signage.


While the cost is comparable to that of the raster method, overall it is more durable. Since the text or graphics are UV printed, they are adhered to the sign face with ink, as opposed to adhesive. There is no risk of paint chipping or letters falling off. The Braille, as well, has zero chance of popping out of place, as it is printed on, as opposed to hand placing tiny Braille beads into routed holes.


Another question that might come to mind - is this method ADA compliant? The answer is, yes. Everything is still created with ADA guidelines in mind, making this method ADA compliant as well.


If this is something that interests you, please reach out and we will be happy to provide you with a sample sign!




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