Other names for a graphic overlay:
A graphic overlay is extremely versatile. Our experienced team can design and manufacture them to meet your specific needs. What needs does your project have?
Creating icons that aren’t visible on the surface until they are lit from the back. (Icons on your car dash)
Applying LEDs or light guide film behind the graphic overlay (mostly used for membrane switches)
Screen printing is best for simple designs with limited color palettes, and for large volume orders
Check out our design guide. A powerful tool for beginners and seasoned veterans.
The material selection is the key first step to building a beautiful and long-lasting graphic overlay. Polycarbonate and Polyester are the most common material choices, but we can use many other materials, like vinyl, acrylic, PVC, etc. When picking the ideal material, there are many factors to consider.
Graphic overlays often are used on products that get exposed to harsh or corrosive chemicals like gasoline, bleach, ammonia, etc. and different materials and finishes can be used to handle these chemicals.
Many products are designed to live outside in the sun and which means the materials need to last under constant exposure to UV.
Many of these overlays need to handle repeated use and abuse. Especially in industrial applications.
Texturing can be used to give users feedback on which areas have buttons or important information. Also can help applications in wet or slick environments.
With the wide variety of applications, there are a variety of adhesive needs. Picking the right one means your graphic overlay sticks when it needs to and comes off if it’s supposed to.
Because a graphic overlay is versatile, it has various use cases. Here are just a few:
With all the different customization options and use cases, it might seem overwhelming.
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