ADA signage is often thought of as being plain and boring with a typical one color background and raised text or room numbers in a contrasting light or dark color. However new design techniques and equipment have changed the world of interior architectural and ADA signage. Digital graphics can now be printed directly to the sign surface resulting in unique and appealing finishes that can be used in many different types of buildings and applications. Park Place utilizes the Mimaki JFX-200 printer with an available bed area of 4′ x 8′ to apply high resolution graphics to both acrylic and polymer materials. Designs can also be second surface applied to clear acrylic and polymer for added protection. For examples of how digital printing can be used in your next project go to www.parkplacesign.com and view our product galleries.
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