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KSK introduces tension fabric systems

Graphics | March 1, 2008 | By:

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.

SOURCE KSK Digital Printing Solutions

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