Jes here. I am the Marketing Manager at SignCenter. I wanted to share some thoughts on dye-sublimated graphics for tradeshow booths. As someone who travelled to international tradeshows in the early 2000’s and was frequently responsible for set up and breakdown of trade show booths, I cannot stress enough how jealous I am that we did not have full color dye-sublimated fabric booths then. I see how far the print technologies have come with fabric and how they have literally ... Continue Reading →
Many major retail chains have made the transition from backlit films and paper based substrates to SEG signage. SEG stands for silicone edge graphics. These are dye-sublimated fabric graphics with a silicone strip stitched around the edges. They are used in combination with frames that have a recessed channel to receive the silicone edge and pull the fabric taught.
SEG is not new to the print world. For several years now, the Out-of-Home industry has been implementing these graphics ... Continue Reading →