Silicone Edge Graphics (SEG)

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Ideal for tradeshows, schools, hospitals, offices, and more, Silicone Edge Graphics (SEG) create a clean look that customers can’t resist. Choose backlit graphics to give a beautiful, modern appearance. Lightweight, durable, and easy to swap out, SEG can bring new life into your space. ARC will carefully size and create your graphics so the edges perfectly fit into the frame, giving your message an upscale, seamless appearance.

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Graphic with Silicone Edges (SEG) SEG is a high-resolution dye-sublimated cloth graphic with a thin silicone strip (welt/gasket) on the backside. The silicone strip is sewed directly to the graphic’s edge, and the strip is then fitted into a recessed groove frame.

A computer graphic’s size or dimensions are specified by two numbers, such as 720 x 540 or 1024 × 768. The first value is always the width, while the second is always the height. The pixel, which is the smallest element of a computer image, is the unit of measurement for photographs viewed online.

The height and width of a picture in pixels, as well as the quantity of colors that make up each pixel, are used to determine graphic quality (referred to as bit-depth). The resolution and file size of an image are determined by these parameters.

A high-resolution dye-sublimated printing process is used to print silicone edge graphics (SEG) on special tension cloth. A small silicone strip is sewed right into the image to finish the product’s edge. Special frames with thin, flexible strips that behave as recessed grooves are used in these graphic displays.

What is SEG Fabric, and how does it work? Silicone Edge Graphics (SEG) is a high-resolution design printed on a tension fabric and finished with a thin silicone gasket sewed around the fabric’s edge. The fabric’s sewn silicone edge is then tucked into a frame’s channel to show graphics quickly and easily.

Measure the SEG frame’s outermost dimensions. Record the width from side to side and the height from top to bottom using the inches side of the tape measure. Skip to step 3 if the frame was provided by 40 VISUALS. Other than the frame dimensions, no additional measurements are required.

A high-resolution dye-sublimated printing process is used to print silicone edge graphics (SEG) on special tension cloth. A small silicone strip is sewed right into the image to finish the product’s edge. Special frames with thin, flexible strips that behave as recessed grooves are used in these graphic displays.

The most applicable KPIs to measure design success can vary between products and businesses, but in general I’ve found them to be: 1.Time to Goal. 2.Discovery Method. 3.Success Rate. 4.Failure Rate. 5.Return/Repetition Rate. UX-Focused NPS.

A cloth banner with a silicone bead sewed to the edge is known as a SEG (Silicone Edge Graphic). This fits into your customer’s metal frame and allows them to change out the graphic as needed. These are made out of a strong knit polyester cloth.

Silicone is a simple material to work with. To begin with, sewing through silicone is simple. It is pierced by a needle that goes straight through it. It is, however, a slightly sticky material that does not glide through the machine and does not stick to your hands.

I’d go with clear silicone window adhesive. It’ll stick to your existing silicone and, once massaged into the cloth, should lock on to the texture for a strong bind.

Mold Expansion In general, silicone RTV mold forming rubber does not adhere to anything and will not adhere to anything. It will stick to itself, other silicones, silica, and glass as an exception.