The term "ADA" is used in the architectural, signage and construction industries. This regulates accessibility and includes requirements for signage that is conveniently located and easy to read both visually and through tactile touch.
Industry-grade ceramic coating is a chemical polymer solution that is applied to the exterior of a vehicle to protect it from external paint damage. Typically applied by hand, it blends with the paint of your car and creates an additional hydrophobic layer of protection. Can only be removed by abrasion.
Grand Format Installations
The window and wall posters, that's grand format printing. Grand format printing is print materials that are too big to be printed on with the most common size commercial printing presses. The process requires the use of superior production equipment that can accommodate larger printing dimensions
Color Change Wraps
Quite simply, a color-changing car wrap is a method by which the whole car is wrapped in high-grade vinyl, so creating a finish that's indistinguishable from a regular paint job. ... This means the only limit to the appearance of your car is your imagination! Finishes to whet your appetite include: Matte. Carbon fiber
Dimensional lettering is exactly what it sounds like: letters made out of a solid material that offer a depth of field to the viewer. Other signage options like plaques (most of the time), vinyl, and light boxes all have two dimensional lettering. This adds an element of depth to a flat sign's height and width.
Paint protection film is a thermoplastic urethane often self healing film applied to painted surfaces of a new or used car in order to protect the paint from stone chips, bug splatters, and minor abrasions. This film is used on airplanes, RVs, cell phones, electronics, screens, motorcycles and many other areas.