KSK Digital Printing Solutions, Solon, Ohio, has announced a new product line to complement its existing graphic imaging and installation services. KSK’s Tension Fabric Systems combine eco-friendly aluminum tubing and extrusion frames with grand format dye-sublimated printed fabric graphics to create unique display structures.
“This new product line is a logical complement to KSK’s dye sublimation printing and finishing capabilities,” said Ken Gazdag Jr., president. “It’s an ideal option for those who want creative, eco-friendly, lightweight and versatile displays they can reuse and recycle.”
KSK offers multiple choices of frame profiles, including the traditional square channel as well as tubular, and a variety of lengths and shapes are available. KSK creates and assembles the frame using client-supplied, or KSK-generated schematics. A dye-sublimated fabric graphic completes the structure. Each printed piece is washable, fire-rated, and sewn to fit the frame. Zippers along the seam allow for easy assembly. As marketing messages change new fabric graphics can be printed to fit the framework.