Fabric Frame System also know as silicon edge graphics (SEG) is the perfect blend of premium and versatility. The silicon edges of the fabric press into the frame making graphic installation and change out simple. Available in various width and height configurations as well as double sided display. Floor, ceiling and all mounted display is possible with the use of optional accessories.
Fabric frame system allows simple fitting and removal of a tension fabric banner. This premium modern graphic display system is simple to assemble using just ALLEN KEY, the frames link together to create a seamless solutions for a variety of booth sizes. The silicon strip gets stitched to the graphic’s perimeter and inserted into the frame channel for a drum tight fit. The graphic can be easily and quickly change, ideal for exhibition booth, advertising and retail environments. Option of LED, Create free-standing, wall mounted, ceiling or hanging fabric posters
Fabric Frame system is a tension fabric that is printed using a dye sublimation process and sewn around the edges with a thin silicone strip (or Gasket). The edges of the finished fabric are inserted into a recessed groove around the perimeter of the framing system
Depending on whether the fabric is going to be lit from behind (backlit) and displayed in a Lightbox or displayed in a traditional frame (non-lit) will determine how the graphic is printed and the type of fabric that should be used.
Non-lit fabric is printed on a knitted fabric material with standard ink saturation. If a light source is placed behind a knit fabric graphic it will appear washed out. It is important to know if the graphic will be backlit or non-lit before placing an order
Backlit fabric is printed on a heavier more dense fabric material allowing for proper light diffusion. This also calls higher ink saturation so will appear darker until it is installed in a Lightbox.
It is highly recommended that you use a vector program such as Adobe Illustrator to setup artwork. This ensures that the designer can view layers and guide lines within the templates for proper artwork placement.