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What Are the Benefits of Photopolymer Signs and Raster Braille Signs?

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While the majority of ADA compliant signage manufactured across the industry today is made with the raster braille method (which involves drilling holes and inserting beads), there are a growing number of designers who are also calling for photopolymer signs (made by exposing ultraviolet light to a photo-sensitive sheet).

Some might wonder which of these two methods is ultimately superior. However, each is a completely acceptable means of creating ADA compliant signage, with each having its own unique advantages.

Let’s take a look at some of the specific benefits each of these methods might have over the other:


Ultimately, the method you choose for creating your signs depends on the kind of job you have and the deadline you have for completing that job. For more information about how we create our custom photopolymer ADA signage, contact us today at Erie Custom Signs.

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