Canvas stretching, also known as gallery wraps, adds an elegant finish to your canvas prints by stretching it onto a wooden frame. Gallery wraps provide more body and dimension. Stretcher bar frames are available in .5”, 1.5” and 2” thickness.
Adding a laminate to the face of your graphic is a great way to extend the life of your print while protecting the graphics from the indoor and outdoor elements. Available up to 60″ wide we use both thermal and pressure sensitive laminating films. Finishes vary from gloss, luster, matte, specialty textured or even dry erase.
Acrylic polishing is a finishing process that provides a clear or frosted edge to your acrylic substrate. This process is done using a diamond bit. Polishing can be done on 1/8” and up to 1” thick acrylic.
1” hems are the standard finishing option for all banners. 1” of material is folded over on all sides of the banner and sewn on to itself. Grommets are added every two feet for hanging.
Pole pockets are used to help display banners. The pockets are composed of the banner material being folded over and sewn on to the back side. This creates a pocket that a rod can easily slide in and out. Various pole pocket sizes are available.
Rope Sewn In
Rope sewn in, is an alternative method to using zip ties and grommets. Rope is sewn into the banner simultaneously as the hemming process is taking place. Rope ends can be as long or as short as needed.
Nylon webbing is a form of reinforcing banners. The webbing is fed into the banner and sewn into the inside of the standard 1” hem. When webbing is used, the grommets will penetrate through 2 layers of vinyl as well as the webbing, this provides more durability and longevity by reducing the risk of the grommets being torn out by any kind of stress.
Wind slits can be provided to help reduce the effect high wind can have on a banner. A half circle is cut into the banner non-uniformly to avoid graphics and text or uniform to provide even spacing.