Compliance with ADA Guidelines can be a compleX and intimidaTING process. APCO makes it easy to stay informed and compliant.
APCO’s DP-Tactile process features the latest in direct, 3D-printing technology. UV/LED-cured, 1/32” raised characters, and fully domed Braille are direct-printed onto a wide range of substrates and insert materials, including painted or translucent acrylic, decorative flatbed print backgrounds, satin anodized aluminum, and more. Thoroughly tested for adhesion strength and durability, DP-Tactile offers the most design-flexible, versatile solution on the market for ADA-compliant signs.
- An Efficient, Zero Material Waste Process
- Fully Domed Braille Dots
- Excellent Durability & Adhesion
- Virtually Limitless Range of Colors
- Compatible with All APCO Interior Systems
About the ADA
The ADA Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG), also called the Standards for Accessible Design (SAD), became mandatory on a national level for newly designed or altered facilities on March 15, 2012. The Department of Justice (DOJ) enforces the standard in places of public accommodation, commercial facilities and in state or local government facilities.
Should you have any questions about signs and the ADA, technical assistance is available directly from the Access Board through their question line, or by phone (800-872-2253).
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