Fabric Frames

What is SEG Fabric?

SEG stands for Silicone Edge Graphics, a high-resolution graphic printed onto a tension fabric and finished with a thin, silicone gasket sewn around the edge of the fabric. The stitched silicone edge of the fabric is then tucked into the channel of a frame in order to display graphics fast and easy.

How does SEG fabric work?

  1. Insert the stitched silicone edge of the fabric into the channel of the frame.
  2. Start by tucking a small section into each corner of your frame to ensure an even distribution of fabric and prevent the silicone from stretching.
  3. Find the center of each side and work in a small portion of the fabric. For larger graphics, do not insert more than 8” of fabric at a time. Continue to do this around the frame as each untucked section gets halved.

Download our Frames & Fabric Printing Solutions brochure for SEG frames, fabric options, design ideas + more!

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The dye-sublimation printing process ensures a vibrantly saturated and high-resolution result.

Installation is fast and easy. Quickly change out graphics anytime to update an environment.

More coverage area for less money. Frames can be reused and rearranged to create several different looks.

Graphics can be applied to most surfaces, including freestanding, hanging, and wall-mounted frames.

Fabric is lightweight and can be neatly folded, taking up much less space than traditional direct print graphics.

Not sure where to start?

Let our team guide you through the process.

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