Nova Polymers

Nova Polymers
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A manufacturer of Photopolymer plate making and processing equipment for the Sign industries. Nova Polymers was founded in 1998. Since that time, Nova has grown to be the largest manufacturer of photopolymer products in the U.S. In 1999, Nova began development of the world's first CLEAR photopolymer sign material. Today, Nova continues to work with the Architectural Signage community to expand our high quality line in ways that will add creativity while maintaining ADA compliance

Nova Polymers

 •  March 11

The International Sign Association (ISA) Sign Expo has been among the most advanced conferences and trade show in the country for its use of technology to drive people to its various events including seminar lectures and networking and educational events for designers and students. The myriad of opportunities for connection and education has made...

Nova Polymers

 •  February 8

Some of the most visually compelling displays and signage used by high visibility brands around the globe have their start in a 50,000 square foot facility about 30 minutes north of Seattle in Woodinville, Washington. At CRĒO Industrial Arts, a broadly skilled team of artisans and fabricators produce environmental graphics and signage that...

Nova Polymers

 •  January 12

One of the most prominent features of American cities these days is not the tall buildings but what makes them possible. Construction cranes, sprouting skyward like invasive plants in a garden, enable a seemingly endless expansion of glass and steel towers that contain businesses, apartments, and condos. They also create the need for signs.Signs...

Nova Polymers

 •  November 17, 2016

We are excited to announce the appointment of Brad Sorrow as National Sales Executive. Brad will work on identifying and cultivating new strategic alliances and supporting Nova Polymers’ existing clients through technical support.He has 25 years of experience in the signage industry, with knowledge of ADA photopolymer compliant signs production...

Nova Polymers

 •  November 16, 2016

Your last chance in 2016 to gain first-hand outside expertise about everything to do with the sign business is coming up on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, December 1–3 at Sign World International in Atlantic City, NJ, put on by the United States Sign Council. With the primary goal of education, the show features just 65 exhibitors which translates...

Nova Polymers

 •  November 4, 2016

Possessed with a passion for artistic design and craftsmanship, the design professionals at Ad Light Group in Denver, Colorado are familiar with every nuance of sign creation and design. Their counterparts in fabrication, installation and support are equally focused on providing visually compelling signage that turns customer visions into...

Nova Polymers

 •  October 25, 2016

What do schools, office buildings, stadiums, sports arenas have in common? They are all required by law to have ADA-compliant signage. ADA requirements specify character size, spacing, and contrast against background colors, while also ensuring that Braille characters consistently rise 1/32″ off the base material. This is all to help visually...

Nova Polymers

 •  April 20, 2016

At Nova Polymers, we are committed to customer service, product development/support and the continual development of progressive product solutions. Our goal is to provide the most creative and diverse range of photopolymer materials to the architectural design and sign fabrication industries. Below are our material and equipment brochures for...

Nova Polymers

 •  March 26, 2016

Tactile signs are mainly thought to be prevalent in western countries, but as previous Nova Polymers white papers have shown, tactile signs are expanding into the Middle East and Asia. The companies that are mastering photopolymer are at the cutting edge of sign development in their home country with enormous rewards for their success. A company...

Nova Polymers

 •  March 8, 2016

Founded in 1965 by industry icon Harry Neiman and based in California, Neiman & Company is recognized as a regional leader in custom architectural sign fabrication. Along with Nova Polymers, Glenn Dea of BOA Architects, and Wayne Hunt of Hunt Design, they helped develop a California ADA educational program. The California ADA is among the most...