Tension Fabric

Reggiani

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Improved Print Quality and Faster Production Speed


As the world's largest Matrix Frame dealer, we are excited to announce that Matrix Frame USA has made a significant investment in their print production department with the addition of the Reggiani VUTEk® FabriVU 340 Soft Signage Printer. With the addition of the FabriVU 340, Matrix Frame will be able to increase their print production speed, expand their print sizes and improve their overall print quality.
 


With the FabriVU 340, Matrix Frame can produce dramatic four-color printing with a wide color gamut and deep color saturation at true production level speeds. With ultra-high resolution (up to 2,400 dpi) and four-level grayscale printing, the FabriVU 340 can print direct to textile or transfer paper up to 133” (340cm) wide at production speeds (max.) up to 5,381 ft2 (500m2) per hour.

“We have worked closely with Matrix Frame for a number of years and couldn't be more excited about this new printer. The retail customer base is very demanding. The printing has to be rich and full, and the colors need to be spot on," stated Joshua Miller, President, XP Retail. "We know first hand about the Reggiani's superior production capabilities. With its expanded color range, the Reggiani offers a wider gamut and more powerful colors than any other printer on the market and we're excited to offer improved print quality and superior production speeds to our demanding clients."

Project Spotlight: Sherman College

Project Spotlight: Sherman College

Sherman College of Chiropractic is a private college founded in 1973, offering the doctor of chiropractic degree, which was named after Lyle Sherman. The college is home to approximately 450 students representing 42 states and 13 countries and has more than 3,000 alumni around the world.

For this project, we used a subtle gray fabric graphic print to match the existing walls and hallways throughout the floor. By fitting the silicone edge fabric graphics into the extrusion on the aluminum frames, the shell of the rooms quickly turned into divided work spaces for the students and faculty. In addition to providing more privacy in the common area, the true benefit of using fabric graphics is that it can all move to a new section of the college, break down is quick and storage is easy, plus you can simply swap out the fabrics of the walls if you wanted to have a different color, logo, or photo stretched across the rooms.

For more information about Sherman College, check out their website at http://sherman.edu/

Project Details:

Profile 50 Matrix Frame aluminum extrusion system with silicone edge fabric graphics (SEG) printed by dye sublimation on their exclusive Decotex fabric.  XP Retail worked with Sherman College’s contractor to build frames that could fit around their furniture, in order to maintain the existing floor plan. Installation and graphic change outs by XP Retail. 

 

Project Spotlight: Sona Med Spa

Established in 1997, Sona Med ’s founders quickly realized the potential and power of the medical spa concept – bringing medically supervised skin health treatments into a luxury spa environment with a passion for customer service. Determined to establish and grow this new category, Sona began franchising in the spring of 2002. Now with over 15 locations from Virginia to Texas, they are well-known across the South for their expertise in laser skin treatments, injectable services, and CoolSculpting.

We worked with Sona Med to help create a more modern, spa-like atmosphere at their corporate offices and multiple treatment centers. XP Retail use tension fabric images, stretched into Matrix Frames, in order to brighten up their walls and draw passing consumers into their spas. With SEG fabric graphics we help give them flexibility to swap out featured treatments or products throughout the year!

With Summer in full-swing, be sure to check out Sona Med Spa and their services at https://sonamedspa.com!

Project Details: Profile 26 Matrix Frame aluminum extrusion system with silicone edge fabric graphics (SEG) printed by dye sublimation on their exclusive Decotex fabric. Delivery, installation, and graphic change outs by XP Retail. 

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Project Spotlight: L.L.Bean

The L.L. Bean Company, founded in 1912, has long been inspiring people to live life outdoors.  So when they decided it was time to give their corporate headquarters in Freeport, Maine a fresh new look it’s not surprising they chose several striking adventurous landscape images.  But at the core of their corporate art they choose a large space in their atrium to highlight the best-selling products of their company.   From their Ultralight 850 Down Jacket to their Sweater Fleece, the visual is as impressive as it is large at 9 feet wide and 11 feet tall.  The true impact is when the image is changed  every two weeks to excite their employees again and again.    

Project Details: Profile 26 Matrix Frame aluminum extrusion system with silicone edge fabric graphics (SEG) printed by dye sublimation on their exclusive Decotex fabric. Installation and graphic change outs by XP Retail. 

Project Spotlight: The Tom James Charlotte Showroom

The Tom James Company, with over 100 offices worldwide, is the world’s largest provider of custom and bespoke clothing. XP Retail recently began working with the Tom James Charlotte location to give their corporate art a fresh new look.

For this project, two factors were key components of a successful partnership between XP and Tom James. First, the graphics needed to be easy to work with and change. As a key player in the fashion industry, where style and fabrics are always evolving, they want their showroom to stay on trend as well. Secondly, they liked that their art would be printed on fabric as it would give their modeled clothing a true-to-life feel. They also found it fitting because, being in the textile market since 1966, they understand and appreciate the art of fabric.

Project Details:

Profile 26 Matrix Frame aluminum extrusion system with silicone edge fabric graphics (SEG) printed by dye sublimation on their exclusive Decotex fabric. Installation by XP Retail and Matrix Frame USA.