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Eco-friendly tubing keeps displays fresh

Products | March 1, 2008 | By:

0308_Sw4_1Tension fabric displays that have lost some of their pizazz can mutate into new life forms—if they are part of a KSK Tension Fabric System. KSK Digital Printing Solutions, Troy, Mich., introduced the new product line in January. It features eco-friendly aluminum tubing and extrusion frames with grand format dye-sublimated printed fabric graphics that are lightweight, versatile and can be recycled into new forms.

KSK creates and assembles the frame, using either client-supplied or company schematics and adds a zipper to the washable, fire-rated fabric to allow easy assembly. As marketing messages change, new fabric graphics can replace the old. If it’s time to change the frame, KSK reuses parts of the existing frame to complete the new structure. Step-by-step assembly directions, hanging mechanisms and transport bags complete each system.

For more information, visit KSK Digital Printing Solutions at

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