There are three elements to consider when working in the sign business, including the design, framing, and mounting of the sign. Using a UV printer, interior signage, such as ADA-compliant signage, can be produced. However, other forms of signage don’t require a UV printer. In fact, the majority of signs are not ADA, and can be created using laser or rotary engravers, or sublimation equipment, all of which can produce signage that results in a good profit margin. To add that finishing touch to the sign, consider dressing it up in a frame. After the sign is created to your satisfaction, the final task is installation.
- Plastic engraving stock is a popular sign substrate, but there is also anodized metal, black brass, and other options.
- Metal frames made by The JRS Company have been around for years and offer a wide range of options.
- Even if customers handle installation themselves, your design will have to accommodate their hanging method.
“As you consider adding interior signage to your product line, you should know a little bit about the law concerning the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).”