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Making waves

Making waves

With the large number of customisable sign and display systems currently available, companies are frequently faced with a difficult choice as to what is the best solution for a specific project. This is a situation constantly being addressed by Signwaves through its on-going product development programme.

From twists on tried and tested favourites, such as the digitally-printed Frameworkz snap-frame system, to the latest POW retail forecourt sign, Signwaves’ products are said to be meeting a huge variety of disparate end-user requirements. Suitable for both interior and exterior applications, the Frameworkz system is fully customisable to include printed logos, text, images and patterns. Poster designs can be bled on to the frame using the print process or designs can be separate for long-term branding applications.

The POW forecourt sign is a new innovation for large-format freestanding displays. It can be used to create dynamic signs or displays via customised panel shaping and vibrant printed manifestations, with the water-fillable base and the largest available panel enabling displays of up to six and a half feet to be achieved. With POW, it is possible to radically extend creative possibilities above and beyond the impact of standard rectangular posters and banner sleeves.

Many customisable display solutions also have a practical usage. Typically, open/closed signs, floor mats and basket liners can all be adapted to accommodate other end-user requirements as well as opening hitherto untapped advertising opportunities and providing another promotional route to market.

 

For further information on Signwaves’ products, visit: www.signwaves.co.uk

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