What can be Incorporated into Compression Sign Solutions?

When it comes to the signs you display throughout your business, compression technology is the best way to go. With a variety of manufacturing techniques, it can be challenging to understand what option will work best for your style, brand, and even bulk sign needs.

When you work with Identity Group, you can get the visually appealing signs you need. Utilizing a variety of design and fabrication techniques, we offer unique sign compression technology such as photopolymer tactile processing. To learn more about the vast range of compression sign solutions available, keep reading.

Here’s what can be incorporated into compression sign solutions with IDG:

  1. Laser Fabrication
  2. Injection Molding
  3. Digital Printing
  4. Photopolymer Tactile Processing
  5. Implementing Compression Sign Solutions with Identity Group

Laser Fabrication

One of the first techniques that can be incorporated into your compression sign manufacturing is laser fabrication. Laser fabrication is the perfect technique for signs that need custom metalwork. Whether you’re looking to incorporate metal signage for the appearance, or the durability, laser fabrication techniques work extremely well with compression technology to display just what you need. Here at Identity Group, we are equipped to handle almost any sort of metal work.

Laser fabrication can be used on the following types of metal materials:

  • Aluminum
  • Steel
  • Stainless Steel
  • Brass
  • Copper
  • Carbon Steel.

Injection Molding

Injection molding is another common method that can be used with compression sign technology. The goal of injection molding is often to obtain molded products. This is effectively done by injecting molten plastic materials into a mold, and then cooling and solidifying them to end up with the finished product.

The method of injection molding is often best suited for the mass production of sign products with complicated shapes. This can be perfect for stop signs, safety products and much more. Due to the fact that injection molding, as a manufacturing process, allows for parts to be produced in large volumes, it is typically used to manufacture thousands of identical items. This process can also serve those who need bulk sign solutions, and fast.

Injection molding materials can often include the following:

  • A Variety of Metals
  • Glass
  • Elastomers
  • Confections
  • Thermoplastic
  • Thermosetting Polymers

Visit Identity Group to learn more about our options for ADA compliant signs!

Digital Printing

Digital printing is another technique that can go hand in hand with compression technology. Digital printing solutions differ from traditional printing methods as this technique does not require the need for printing plates. Digital printing machines do almost exactly what they say. In digital printing, an image is printed directly onto the substrate instead of being transferred onto metal plates. This process makes for a much quicker mass production time, and can create the bulk solutions you need that will stand the test of time.

Photopolymer Tactile Processing

Photopolymer tactile processing solutions also tie into compression sign technology. Compared to our competitors’ processes, IDG’s process for producing photopolymer tactile signs ensures that they are not only durable, but that our solutions will be environmentally friendly, cost-effective, and more affordable. Since we use recycled materials, our photopolymer process can help get you the bulk, customized sign solutions you’ve been needing.

A photopolymer sign is created by taking a digital image, converting it into a negative, transferring it to a sheet of photopolymer, exposing it to ultraviolet light, washing, drying, and exposing it again. IDG’s patented photopolymer process delivers acrylic signs with fused raised text, and inset braille beads meaning your signs will also be ADA Compliant!

These signs can be made from the following substrates:

  • Variety of Metals
  • Wood
  • Plastic Fabrication

Photopolymer Signs are:

  • Durable
  • One Piece
  • Vandal Resistant Construction
  • Face Painted Base
  • Back Painted or Direct Digital Print
  • Paint Tipped or Foil Stamped Tactile Elements
  • Variety of color, logo, & graphic options
  • ADA compliant when using tactile
    • ADA Fonts
    • Grade 2 Braille

Implementing Compression Sign Solutions with Identity Group

Having ADA compliant signage means that all customers will be able to access the goods and services they need in your business. Regardless of the industry you’re in, or how many buildings you own, you will want to ensure that you’re meeting ADA requirements.

Creating custom ADA signs has never been easier with Identity Group. At Identity Group, we’ve been creating and manufacturing interior signs for over 67 years. Founded in the 1950s, we spent decades perfecting our process and forming partnerships with some of the biggest brands in the industry, cementing ourselves as the largest interior sign manufacturer in the United States. Today we have more than 200,000 square feet of manufacturing space spanning across the nation.

Identity Group in Nashville, TN has everything you need to set your business apart.

Contact Identity Group today!