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Maxing Out Visibility

(December 2012) posted on Mon Dec 10, 2012

Twelve display systems to help bring your client’s message to the fore.


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Catch the Wave
With displays, as in business, it’s important to be flexible. Mark Bric’s IsoFrame Wave is a fully flexible display unit – every panel section measures 31.5 x 82-in. and can flex up to 180 degrees each way in the horizontal position. At three or more panel sections wide, the Wave can be maneuvered into a full circle display. Graphics attach and align with a new mechanical/magnetic mounting system. Tables, monitors, and spotlights can be attached if desired, and IsoFrame panel sections can be added to fill the size of any space. Its FastClamp connector system allows for tool-free assembly, the company reports.

MARK BRIC DISPLAY
www.markbricdisplay.com

Going with the Grain
The new Digital Veneers Collection of MagnaMedia from Visual Magnetics features wood-grain-finish products with a 100% FSC-certified cellulose base that is dye-sublimation printed with wood-grain patterns then encapsulated in a durable resin finish. The first three products in the line are: VM-Maple12, VM-Oak12, and VM-Walnut12.

The products’ wood-grain surface is printable with a wide range of digital and analog print technologies, the company reports, while the reverse side has Visual Magnetics’ magnetic-receptive surface that attracts to the company’s InvisiLock custom-engineered sheet magnet. Applications include high-resolution natural photo and artwork reproductions, rich tone wall murals, customized architectural woodwork and P-O-P signage, plus architectural and design applications across markets such as healthcare, hospitality, retail, education, visual merchandising, and more.

The Visual Magnetics Graphic System comprises ActiveWall Micro-Iron wall primer, MagnaMedia Micro-Iron coated print media and fabrics, and InvisiLock magnet, which can be applied to virtually any surface, incorporated into frames and fixtures, or mounted directly to a wall when used in combination with ActiveWall primer.

VISUAL MAGNETICS
www.visualmagnetics.com


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