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Aussie ADI moving full speed ahead into Digital Textile
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Oct '12
ADI Displays as a leading supplier of portable display systems coupled with their Value Added Printing (VAP) service for display graphics, is moving full speed ahead into Digital Textile for display graphics and soft signage providing you with an innovating yet practical solution. 

Fabric is known for its practicality and versatility. It can be as soft to touch as seen on flags and tablecloths. It can be flat as ridged graphic panel this would suit exhibition graphic displays or interior decorations. Fabric is also flexible and can form many irregular shapes such examples can be seen in exhibitions for rigging displays in cylindrical or waved forms. With a number of display hardware available from ADI, whether they are standard or custom made, the display can be setup quickly with minimum effort. Easy transportation is a huge advantage for large size displays. 
 
Dye sublimation printed fabric is arguably the most environmentally friendly compared to other types of printing. ADI have adopted the latest in dye sublimation printing technology and are able to produce large format, digitally printed fabrics with rich, vibrant long lasting colour. The dye sublimation process literally bonds colourant through the fabric during sublimation or fixation. The colours are “inside” the material, which makes the graphic hardwearing, scratch resistant and washable. Due to the advancement of dye sublimation technology, display graphics by digital textile is becoming much more affordable than ever.
 
All dye sublimation printed fabrics are 100% polyester material, available in different weights, finish and construction of fabric. Most common applications are flags, banners, fence wraps, backdrops, roll up banner, exhibition graphic, interior decoration, tablecloths and much more. 
 
ADI Displays have developed numerous display systems specifically designed for the use of fabric graphic skins. The most popular system is the TexFrame. This consists of a range of aluminum extrusion profiles for display fabric graphics. TexFrame is available in single and double sided, 3D cube and Backlit. It is even available in a curved form, such as a waved panel or cylindrical display. With a range of TexFrame accessories enables the TexFrame to be very adaptive. It can be easily attached to exhibition shell scheme for impact wall coverage or rigging signage, can be integrated to any custom display structure, or create a unique display design by purely using 100% TexFrame.
 
ADI have their display hardware readily available in stock, a line of aluminum fabrication machinery and tools to build a TexFrame display quickly and accurately. In addition to our 1.6 meter wide dye sublimation printers, ADI have invested a grand format high speed dye sublimation system capable to continually print on fabric up to 3 meters wide. With a series offinishing equipment, all fabric prints are finished to the highest quality standard. Last but not least, highly experienced and motivated staff at ADI ensures that their product and service meet and exceed customer expectations.
 
ADI Displays is Australia’s leading supplier and main distributor of BANNERAD Portable Display Systems with over 10 years experience servicing sign and display industries nationwide.

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