We have the solution. Self adhesive textile is a polyester fabric with removeable adhesive suitable for almost all flat surfaces. It is ideal for short term graphics for visual merchandising, exhibitions and interior decorations including home decor. The media can be computer cut to shape making it perfect for conference signage in hotels. As the adhesive in non permanent it makes it very easy for non skilled applicators to put up and take down a the end of the event and does not leave any residue.
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Monday, August 18, 2014 - 14:15
Check out this excellent article from Tuts+ about which program is better for print design. At Redblu we love both programs and combining elements of each definitely gives you the best result. And lets not forget how versatile Adobe Bridge is for managing your workflow for Adobe products! http://design.tutsplus.com/articles/photoshop-vs-indesign---which-is-best-for-print-design--cms-21020?utm_content=buffer229f6&utm_medium=social&utm_source=plus.google.com&utm_campaign=buffer
Friday, July 18, 2014 - 20:14
Are you looking to give your shop or restaurant a refresh to keep your loyal customers and attract some more? Redblu Graphics and Displays (a sign company based in Paisley) are able to help give your shop frontage a makeover and help make you stand out from the competition. We have in house design and production to ensure even the tightest of deadlines are met. Using a combination of facia panels with cnc cut out letters, built up letters, lighting or just standard cost effective flat aluminium composite panels we have the answer to the signage. Add our knowledge of window... + continue reading
Tuesday, July 1, 2014 - 09:26
Formulate is a product family of aluminium structures with textile fabric graphic socks that wrap snugly around each frame. Graphics can be removed and replaced easily, perfect for when your message needs changing often. There are a range of kits suitable for back wall displays or hanging structures, perfect for exhibition banners. Formulate kits are extremely easy to build and very lightweight. They are half the weight of standard popups which are transported in a case.
Wednesday, June 25, 2014 - 14:44
Tasked with producing and installing a new frame system and banner for this gable end of a whisky Bond. The banner measures 10m x 5m and is fixed using a clever push fit framing system from Spiritflex called F2 profile..
Tuesday, June 24, 2014 - 11:27
A instructional video showing how to install Digimura digitally printed wallpapers. Digimura is the leading manufacturer of wallpapers in the UK. Their digital decor range is second to none. Offering various finishes and textures it offers creative designers, architects and interior designers and display specialists a blank canvas to finish any commercial space. The range includes the Muramour paper-backed wall covering & the “top-end” Digimura fabric-backed wallcovering that boasts a “Class O” fire rating (essential for public spaces) even when printed... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 18, 2014 - 14:48
What Depth hole should I dig? Digging the correct depth hole. Many installers, both good and bad, have a preconceived idea on how deep a hole should be to accommodate a sign post. There is no substitute for experience, but the table below is a good starting point for those of you with little, or no experience at all. Please note that this is a guide only, if in doubt please contact your local civil engineering department for more information.
Wednesday, June 18, 2014 - 14:29
This chart shows the Text size to viewing distance and is helpful guide, giving an idea of the size of lettering and then scale of a sign. The information contained in this chart enables the sign maker to produce legible signs that can be read from the correct distance, making sure the end user has a sign supplied that is clearly legible. Please note that this is a guide only, text styles and colours should always be taken into consideration, when designing.
Sunday, April 27, 2014 - 17:07
Sunday, April 27, 2014 - 17:07