Nap's ADA Sign Blog — UV Printing

Nap's Reverse Engraving Solution ~ Advanced Printing Techniques

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Nap's Reverse Engraving Solution ~ Advanced Printing Techniques

Reverse engraving refers to the process of engraving the "underside" of a substrate – allowing the top or finished side of the substrate to remain smooth.  In most cases, acrylic paint is used to fill in the engraved portion of the substrate.  This is called back painting or color filling of the characters.  Back painting can be a timely messy process.   NapTags offers reverse (or subsurface) printing to clear plastic, our reverse engraved back painting solution!!  We produce high quality reversed printed tags that add value to your brand.  All our Tags are made in the USA!  Nap's uses the highest quality...

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The Benefits of UV Direct Printing for ADA Signs

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The Benefits of UV Direct Printing for ADA Signs

Here at Nap’s we use a direct to substrate UV Printer for all our customer ADA signage orders.  Our UV Printing process enables us to provide our customers with a large variety of options and a high-quality products, along with being environmentally friendly.   What is UV Printing?   UV Printing refers to a commercial printing process that uses ultraviolet curing technology, with a different type of ink than conventional printing methods. This unique method of printing utilizing ultraviolet (UV) light to dry or cure, the ink.  As the printer distributes ink on the surface of the material the UV lights follow...

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