Articles by Fabrication: Forming Curves
2015 marks the 10th annual Wide-Format Imaging Top Product Awards. Like last year, another Fome-Cor product was chosen in the Rigid & Semi-Rigid Category! This year our Fome-Cor® Canvas Board was selected by readers of Wide-Format Imaging for the award.
Dibond Material can be cut using various methods common to both the metal and woodworking industries. These methods include cutting with table saws, panel saws, multiple operation rip/V-grooving saws, portable saws, reciprocating and band saws, and routing and shearing equipment. No cutting lubricants, oils or coolants are required with any of these cutting operations.
Designers at Vector Impresion Digital in Medellin, Colombia, stepped up to the challenge of creating 12 larger-than-life Reebok athletic shoe displays last fall with the help of Sintra® graphic display board. Twelve images of Reebok athletic shoes – each measuring approximately 14-feet by 5-feet – were displayed from September through November 2010 at all entrances to the Santa Fe shopping center in Medellin, inaugurating the opening of the new mall and highlighting its Reebok store tenant.
Excited shoppers recently streamed into Canberra Centre for a peak at the first Marcs store to open in the Australian national capital of Canberra City – and it wasn’t just the range of men’s and women’s fashion that caught the collective eye. The store is the first in Australia to showcase Marcs’ new store design concept, which includes an attention-grabbing ceiling made from Dibond® aluminum composite material by 3A Composites.
The materials used in business theater may not be on the program, but the quality of their performance is apparent to critics who know where and how to look. Among the most demanding critics are those who design and produce the stage sets that must perform well in any successful production for business clients. Roccaforte of Carmel, Indiana, chose Dibond® Material as part of an up-front presence in its podium, signage, and stage design for a client’s recent sales meeting.
"I had used many variations of fabric banners and flags in past projects but wanted to provide my client, Breckinridge Middle School, with a unique display of flags," said Marc Waller, president of Thayer Design of Monroe, Virginia. For the atrium of the Roanoke, Virginia, school, Thayer Design created a display of flags representing 48 nations. The project was installed in the spring of 2000.