By weldadmin | October 12, 2016
If you’ve been to a trade show recently, you probably saw a booth that used silicon edge graphics without even knowing what they were. This is an up and coming trend in several industries, including trade shows and retail stores.
Silicone Edge Graphics, or SEG, are a clean-looking display solution created by printing on fabric using either dye sublimation or direct-to-fabric graphic printing. This fabric then has a thin silicone strip sewn into the edges. The fabric is then stretched and fitted into a sturdy frame, with the silicone strip inserted into a small groove along the sides. This stretches the graphic out and makes it look seamless to passersby. This has been created as an alternative to rigid panel graphics, such as posterboard, easels, and other such rigid displays.
SEG are becoming more popular all the time because they have so many benefits against traditional displays. Just a few are:
At Miller Weldmaster, we’re always on the cutting edge of welding and display creation, so we created our Digitran machine with SEG creation in mind. This precise machine uses sensors to accurately place silicone strips along the edge of graphics while also welding and sewing the hem around the banner. It can be operated with a single person, and intuitively creates smooth SEG edges to make your graphics look as polished as possible!
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