SEG is a high-resolution dye-sublimated fabric graphic finished with a thin silicone strip (or welt/gasket). The silicone strip is sewn directly to the edge of the graphic, and the strip is then inserted into a frame with a recessed groove. The size of the graphic must be precise so the fabric is taut when installed in the frame. The result is a large format graphic that mimics the old fashioned hard panel graphics commonly found on custom displays and interior spaces.
What is different or special about SEG?
- Superior Fabric. The fabric is from only high-quality vendors.
- Versatile. SEG can be used on many extrusion profiles.
- Quality. The fabric undergoes a painstaking pre-inspection before the images are printed.
- Dye-Sublimation. Dye-sublimation graphics are durable, vibrant, and lightweight.
- Less Frame. SEG graphics are the perfect choice when more graphic and less frame is desired.
- No Sew Line. Unlike bead or pole pocket finished graphics, the sew line is hidden within the extrusion providing a more finished look to your exhibit or retail wall display.
What are the benefits of SEG?
- Storage and Shipping. Fabric is lighter than many other graphics. When folded neatly, fabric graphics take up much less space than traditional direct print graphics.
- Care. Fabric graphics can be washed and steamed and are just as durable and long lasting as traditional graphics.
- Lightweight. Larger graphics weigh less, perfect for draping or creating space definition.
- Cost. More image bang for the buck!
- Green. There are the obvious transportation and storage benefits. Even more exciting is the growing list of fabric options created from recycled materials.
- No Glare. Fabric is the perfect choice for media walls or any backdrop that is being photographed or video recorded.
- Versatility. SEG fabric can be applied to most displays or event structures.
- Less Visible Frame. The silicone edge means you see more graphic and less frame.