16 April 2019
Matrix Frame (Sydney, Australia) a pioneer of Silicone Edge Graphics, is pleased to announce the addition of four new extrusions to their range. This brings the total number of extrusions stocked in Australia up to twenty seven.
Two of these new extrusions enable the end user to create frames that can turn 90 degrees around an external corner, using a single fabric face. Multiple returns are possible and this effect can be achieved in both front lit and back lit applications. Stunning effects can be created – particularly around columns and other architectural features.
A new bendable extrusion has been added which can be easily rolled to create circular shapes and frames. Perfect for creating frontlit custom shapes where required.
‘Shadowbox’ is the final new extrusion to be added to the range. This extrusion allows for the addition of door and window openings into any Matrix Frame extrusion in both frontlit and backlit applications. Openings can also be created within frames for shelving and for display purposes.
Established in 2006, Matrix Frame continues to adapt and modify its products to stay at the forefront of the industry. Our aluminium frames and light boxes house eye-catching tension fabric graphics are much more convenient to ship, store, and swap out than traditional prints, which translates to huge savings on shipping costs. Each lightweight aluminium frame is engineered for both flexibility and longevity-easy to assemble, yet able to support countless graphics over its lifetime.
Matrix Frame only sell to trade customers and not to the end client. Trade customers can either purchase the system off Matrix Frame to cut and convert themselves, or Matrix Frame can cut its extrusions to size using state of the art equipment and then deliver the frame to trade customer as a ready to assemble kit.
Matrix Frame are seeking to appoint a network of Distributors and Resellers in Australia and the Pacific region.
Please contact David Cross on +61 466 892 009 or email email@example.com for further information. Alternatively all information including a full range of videos can be found at: www.matrixframe.com.au