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5 benefits of tension fabric systems

5 benefits of tension fabric systems

TFS frames can transform your space

Tension fabric systems (TFS) are an ideal solution for any display area. Available as free-standing, wall-mounted or a hanging displays, these multifunctional frames can be displayed just about anywhere, whether it’s in retail environments, events, exhibitions, media walls and more. 

No doubt, you’re here as you’re already tempted by what TFS has to offer. But what is all the fuss really about, what makes it different to a normal graphic display? Let’s share with you the top 5 benefits you can enjoy using TFS.  

Interchangeability

Once the frame is purchased, the opportunities are limitless as to how you can dress it. With every new event, rebrand or redesign you can simply buy another graphic to fit with minimal effort- and no special tools required! This also saves you the price of buying whole new signage, which is often the case with more temporary fixtures. 

Sustainability

The carbon footprint for TFS graphics is extremely low compared with other traditional display materials: They use less raw material, weigh less and pack down better for easy, low-cost transport, they are 100% PET so totally PVC and Phthalate free and recyclable.

Logistics

The transportation and storage of TFS graphics could not be easier, they pack down into a bag offering significant savings on logistics and storage. Technical data sheets are available for each of our dye sub printed fabric type with details on how to care and store your graphics and how easily creasing will drop out under tension.

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Versatility

TFS is becoming ever more popular in the display, exhibition, and retail markets all thanks to the versatile nature and increasing number of system available.

Offering fantastic value for money and vastly superior sustainable benefits than traditional build and burn systems. TFS systems are generally easy to transport and available with numerous options or features such as: freestanding, wall mount systems, modular and self-build display and exhibition systems and lightbox displays to create stunning backlit displays.

TFS graphics themselves are seamless up to 3M by any length and available in 3 core fabric types: Frontlit for wall displays, blockout (blackback) for freestanding display and backlit for lightboxes.

We generally recommended dye sub printed graphics for exhibition and display applications, they are foldable, and the range of fabrics are inherently stretchier than products available for UV printing and therefore fitment is far more consistent. However, we recognise that there are times when UV printed TFS graphics are preferred which is why we offer clients both options.

Value for money

£ Pound for £ Pound TFS systems and graphics can save you some serious money. Not only are the graphic production costs on a par to many traditional display materials, once you factor in logistics and storage saving, disposal costs and time saved installing you will soon see how it delivers exceptional value for money.

Add the versatility and reusability of the TFS frame systems and the interchangeable nature of the graphics, plus factor in that you do not need a specialist to install the graphics, anyone willing to invest in TFS systems will quickly realise a positive return on investment.

Tempted?

We don’t blame you! The popularity of TFS frames continues to grow, but we make them specifically to your design requirements. Visit our Tension Fabric for more information and FAQs or get in touch on 01280 707 180 or email sales@xg-group.co.uk. 

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What is white ink printing?

What is white ink printing?

When you see the final, printed product from XG group there’s a lot of features that can stand out. The quality of the materials, their ease of use… but most of all, the vibrancy of colours! 

Although a lot of this can be put down to print medium, the quality and types of inks also make a significant difference. As you may remember from our blog, ‘Can you really print Pantone colours?’, we print using CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow and black.) These are mixed to get the shade of colour you request, but what happens when you need a fresh white ink? 

CMYK... and W!

Unsurprisingly, you can’t make white out of CMYK. Instead, we add white as a fifth element to the CMYK process. Often, this needs to be layered up more to get a strong white colour, which means you can use any colour substrate without tainting the clarity of colour. 

What products work best in white ink?

We’ve seen white ink bring to life numerous projects, whether it’s creating a dynamic graphics on glass for shop windows or office partitions. 
In particular, white ink can really enhance the design of your Bild floor graphics. This is created by printing the design to the reverse of a clear flooring material. A layer of white ink is printed on top and flipped over so the design is beneath the protective layer of print media with white ink print below, leaving your messaging clear and easily spotted. 
For window graphics, white ink still allows a lot of light to flow through so your interiors aren’t dramatically affected. This means you can get away with much larger window features which can be translated beautifully to both sides of the glass. 

Any questions?

Get in touch on 01280 707180 or sales@xg-group.co.uk to discuss your white ink printing requirements. 

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RNLI printed feather flags | XG Group

What you need to know: feather flags

What you need to know: feather flags

Proudly wave your branding anywhere, anytime!

Feather flags have long been an incredibly popular product by XG Group. These are a quick and easy branding solution for events and exhibitions, taking moments to assemble and create an impact on your displays. Available in an array of styles and sizes whilst being completely customisable to your brand, we’ve seen first-hand how feather flags can lift your outdoor space.

In our experience, there are a few questions that spring to mind when looking to purchase a feather flag. Here are some of the most commons FAQs around this popular product.

How much use can I really get out of a flag?

The lifespan of your feather flag depends on the material, storage, but most of all – usability! The environment and frequency you use your feather flag will largely determine its durability. For example, if you stored your feather flag in its travel bag and brought it out for events, you can get years of wear out of it. You can also replace the flag and pole, so if you want a refresh or new branding you save yourself the spend on a whole new flag.

If you wanted to leave your flags outside as a permanent fixture, you’d expect to see wear after between 3-9 months depending on the season.

The lifespan of your feather flag is also extended by using our GRP (glass reinforced plastic) poles. This high-quality alternative to aluminium poles are incredibly strong and attach to a specially engineered rotating spindle on the base of your flag, meaning it can rotate freely with minimal wear to the fitting. GRP also folds down safely and can be stored with your flag, ready for your next event or exhibition.

Should I get single of double-sided?

We normally recommend a single-sided feather flag. This cost-effective solution uses a single skin of fabric, making it lightweight and easier to flutter in outdoor use. Single-sided doesn’t mean one side is left blank, though! The fabric is transparent, so you will get a mirrored version of your design on the other side which aids the visual pickup of your logo or branding.

Double-sided flags are a thicker option, using three layers of fabric instead of one. This uses 2 skins of fabric with your design on, and one blocking liner so your designs stay unfiltered on either side. This naturally adds weight to the flag which does mean its performance is reduced in outdoor conditions, so we recommend these for indoor use where it will hold its shape well.

What size should I get?

We offer an extensive range of different sizes and shapes for your feather flag. The key thing to consider is your location for the flag – what distance you want your flag to be seen from, your company budget, what will be located around your flag for it to stand out and the venue you will be showcasing at are all factors to consider when choosing the height of your flag.

Different shapes can also cater to different heights. If you choose one of our concave, convex, angled or straight flags, these can be as tall as 5800mm. Our teardrop flags, popular for sporting events, come in slightly shorter at a height of 5740mm maximum. Or the smallest option, the traditional sail flag, can reach up to 5160mm. For all the size and shape options, visit our feather flag product page.

What base should I use?

We offer an extensive range of different sizes and shapes for your feather flag. The key thing to consider is your location for the flag – what distance you want your flag to be seen from, your company budget, what will be located around your flag for it to stand out and the venue you will be showcasing at are all factors to consider when choosing the height of your flag.

Different shapes can also cater to different heights. If you choose one of our concave, convex, angled or straight flags, these can be as tall as 5800mm. Our teardrop flags, popular for sporting events, come in slightly shorter at a height of 5740mm maximum. Or the smallest option, the traditional sail flag, can reach up to 5160mm. For all the size and shape options, visit our feather flag product page.

Get in touch

There’s no time like the present to start planning your new branded products like feather flags. If you have any questions regarding feather flags, our customer service experts are happy to help. Get in touch on 01280 707 180 or email us at sales@xg-group.co.uk

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Dye sub and UV print

Tech Translations: UV print and dye sub print

Tech Translations: UV print and dye sub print

What’s really best for your projects?

Printing technology has evolved to be even more reliable, vivid and eco-friendly than ever. We’ve been in the industry long enough to see how much it’s changed, adapting our own techniques to bring you the best large-format print products on the market.  

If you’re just starting to look into print services, there are numerous options available with two of the most popular being UV printing, and dye sublimation (dye sub) printing. Different sources may promote one or the other differently depending on current demand, but as we have the capability to practice both methods we can give you unbiased advice on what is right for you. Neither option is inherently better than the other, but some products suit one process more than the other. Here’s what you need to know when differentiating between UV and dye sublimation printing. 

Catch some rays: UV print

UV print technology has cut a lot of time from the usual print process, as well as being one of the most eco-friendly options going. Traditional methods of print require a primer and time to dry, whereas digital methods of print such as UV skips both of those processes. It dries through using photoinitiators in the ink which are then solidified by UV lamps, meaning nothing is getting evaporated into the atmosphere as everything is absorbed by the substrate itself.  

This process is ideal for printing on sheet materials such as Foamex, ACM and Correx or roll media such as banners, self-adhesive products, semi-rigid and fabric. We can also UV print in white ink, a perfect option for printing pre coloured substrates or clear products such as optically clear window films. For more information, visit our product page.  

Dye sub print: tradition meets tech

There are 2 common methods of dye sub print, one being printing onto paper and transferring that to your product. This traditional method is still used on some products, but as technology advances, so do our processes. 

Our more commonly used method is direct dye sub printing, which is cured onto the product itself. Direct dye sub printing uses an in-line curing process to cure the inks, reaching temperatures of up to 180°c. This evaporates the water in the ink, so you are left with vibrant colour prints.   

Using water-based inks on a polyester substrate is also a very sustainable way of printing. Although the curing process does release steam, this is safer for the environment than processes that evaporate solvents. Dye sub printing can also only be used on poly materials, which are recyclable and durable which naturally decreases their carbon footprint. And, with direct dye sub printing, you have the additional benefit of not using paper in the process. 

Which is right for me?

Our experts will be able to recommend the right print method for your projects, as different processes do work better on different products. For example, even though UV print is a very popularly used method of printing, we would recommend dye sub printing for items such as light boxes or tension fabric frames.  

Occasionally, you can hear of dye sub printing being considered the more expensive or less appealing option between the two. This is often promoted when a business doesn’t have the capacity for dye sub printing as well as UV print. In our years of working with dye sublimation printing we are happy to advocate for its durability, vibrancy, and its affordability. There are even some products that we would recommend dye sub over UV printing for, such as light boxes or tension fabric frames. Whichever process is selected for your products, you are guaranteed that your project will be finished with the same high standards you expect from XG Group.   

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Get in touch on 01280 707 180 or contact sales@xg-group.co.uk to discuss your ideas and see how our expert machinery brings them to life! 

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Can you print Pantone colours?

Can you really print Pantone colours?

Can you really print Pantone colours?

Keep your branding on track with our colour expertise

XG Group understands your company colours play a vital part in your branding. Protecting your brand as a business relies on consistency, whether it’s in your merchandise, your signage or displays.

Pantone references are universally understood colour codes, often used in branding and design. But how does this translate when using modern print methods, and how are you guaranteed the high standard of products you expect from us? Let’s shed some insight on the real ins and outs of printing your Pantone colour!

Can you print a Pantone colour: The short answer

Technically, no. Pantone is a spot colour, which means it references the final colour after mixing inks. You’d use a spot colour when describing a product such as paint, but the print process for materials is very different and takes a little more consideration.

The long(ish) answer!

Our printers use CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black), but our specialist processes decipher this code from your Pantone reference itself. When you provide your artwork, our machines pick up the Pantone colours and resets printer output to a specific CMYK value that is pre-set for each type of machine. This results in an output that is close to the Pantone colour that is possible using the CMYK colour gamut, whilst taking into consideration the substrate we are printing on, the method of printing, and the final depth and tone of the colour you want. This process is incredibly accurate, but minor limitations within the CMYK process can occur.

Some colours are harder to achieve than others, but you can be assured our technology is the best way to get your branded colours represented as consistently as possible. This is also a more accurate method than if you were to provide a CMYK reference with your artwork, as we won’t be able to tailor the final spot colour in the same way.

For large jobs or ongoing projects, we can put additional processes in place to ensure your brand colours are produced consistently each and every time. If this is a service you need, let us know at enquiry stage so we can create a quote and give you a timescale for your project.  

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Look professional with consistent, high-quality printed products developed by us. Bring your ideas to life in full colour, get in touch on 01280 707 180 or sales@xg-group.co.uk.

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Full colour printed heras fence banners | XG Group

What you need to know: heras fence branding

What you need to know: heras fence branding

Make a statement with big-branding

Heras fencing probably appears in your day-to-day more often than you notice. Often associated with the construction industry, heras fence branding also has a multitude of other uses across many sectors, providing a big opportunity to get your branding seen.  

Such a large-scale branding solution can seem daunting when trying to visualise or plan your final product, so we’re here to shed some light on what you need to know when planning your heras fencing. 

It starts here

The material you choose will depend on how you intend to use your heras fencing. We have a number of options to choose from, all with their different benefits.  

For example, if you need a longer-term outdoor branding that will be bracing harsher conditionswe recommend our PVC mesh banner. This is a heavy-duty option that wears well, lasting throughout your longer-term projects.  

If you’re looking for a sustainable alternative but still want a robust solution, we now offer a PVC-free mesh banner which is an excellent green alternative with no compromises on performance or appearance. 

Our fabric airmesh option is a cost-effective and ecofriendly solution for heras fence branding. Still robust but much lighter and easier to use, it can be folded away, ready to be reused. The lighter nature of airmesh fabric does mean it is best suited for more short or medium-term solutions, but even if you don’t plan on reusing your banner is it fully recyclable. It’s also printed with dye sublimation inks making it the most sustainable solution on the market. 

Continuous eyelet webbing has been developed for airmesh fabric to make set-up as easy as possible. This works similarly to how you normally see curtain heading, with numerous points available to attach to your fencing. You can see exactly how it looks on our heras fence branding product page. 

No project too big!

Individual panels are a popular option due to their versatility. Use multiple panels with different designs to create completely bespoke heras fencing that can be swapped around as required. We produce our individual panel 3.5M wide x 1.85M high which fits most standard heras fence panels and clears the height of standard feet however we can make it to any size as required. 

If preferredwe can also print in continuous runs. We generally recommend producing in runs of 10.5 metres or 21 meters (equal to 3 or 6 standard fence panel widths). There is no costbenefit in going longer and they become harder to handle and install, but even at these lengths you are guaranteed the same finish and quality as shorter panels. 

The final touches

We take a lot of pride in the work we produce for you, so we pay extra attention to the finishing touches. Once our team of experts have printed, cut and finished your heras fence branding, let us know if you need any tools for application and they will be delivered alongside your new branding.  

If you would like more information regarding ordering your heras fencing, you can see more product details here or get in touch with our customer service team on 01208 707 180 or at sales@xg-group.co.uk 

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PCV-free sustainable banners

Should you go PVC-Free?

Should you go PVC-Free?

We now offer PVC-free banners which we think you’ll love

XG group are excited to announce our most recent steps towards sustainable branding! 

We now offer PVC-free banners in front lit, double-sided and mesh materials. As we continue to progress towards more sustainable solutions in our products and practices, these products are an excellent start to incorporate greener branding to your company. Understandably, choosing a new material for your tried-and-tested branding can feel like a risk, so let us put your mind at ease. 

It’s not PVC- what is it?

To put it simply, our PVC-free materials are a combination of polyester scrim and PA water-based coating.  

What’s really surprising about our PVC-free fabrics, is how similar to PVC they are! In durabilityfinish and quality, you aren’t missing out on the usual high-quality that we provide.  

Sounds too good!

Going PVC-free is an excellent step in the right direction for more sustainable branding, but it’s important you choose the right product for your purpose. 

  • Our mesh banner in a PVC-free option works best for short-term branding outside, such as heras banners and scaffolding wraps, or indoor use such as branded backdrops. 
  • The double-sided banner is a double-sided option with 75% opacity, perfect for outdoor use in signage or indoor solutions such as café barriers or event displays. 
  • Or maybe the PVC-free front lit banner material is right for you. With a grey reverse, this versatile product can be used as a substitute for all of your usual promotional banner applications, indoors or outdoors. 

All of these materials have been designed with end-of-life disposal in mind. PVC is notoriously difficult to reuse or recycle, unlike our new options. Being biodegradable enables these products to leave minimal impact on the environment and they are also widely recycled. 

No corners cut

The finishing touch is in the print itself. We use digital UV cured printing, a greener option than many traditional methods thanks to its instant drying technique. By drying instantly, you don’t get any solvents in the ink evaporating into the atmosphere. Not only does this ensure cleaner air, it gives your products a brighter, cleaner finish. 

At your request

We keep our carbon footprint to a minimum by producing our PVC-free products completely in-house, specifically to your needs. If you want to go PVC-free, contact us on 01280 707 180 or email us at sales@xg-group.co.uk

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Floor Graphics Cars

Get started with floor graphics

Get started with floor graphics

The popular choice for easy branding

XG Group are experts at creating stylish, practical signage that people are proud to display, whether that’s on your walls, windows or floors. It takes thinking outside the box to showcase creative communications, information, and branding.

This is where floor graphics come in! We’re seeing the growing popularity of using floor graphics in every environment and it’s not hard to see why. As an incredibly versatile product with multiple uses, floor graphics are an ideal option for signage.

Right product, right place

When you make an enquiry with our customer service team regarding floor graphics, there are a few things we need to know to ensure you have the product best suited for your needs. The materials for a floor graphic needing to be used in a busy walkway indoors will be quite different to what is needed for one going on a tarmac pavement.

Prior to your enquiry, some key points to consider are:

  • Where will my floor graphic be used?
  • What surface is it?
  • How long will it be used for?
  • What slip rating will you need?

'Stick to' the guidelines

Health and safety is a priority in workplaces, so you’ll be reassured knowing they adhere to slip resistance DIN 51130. In short terms, this means there is no impact on the slipperiness of your surface in normal, dry conditions. If water or oily substances were to come into contact with the floor, you need to follow the usual protocol to warn and protect people against falls on these surfaces. Slip resistance is graded with an R-rating, with our floor graphics being graded from R9 – R12. If you’d like to read more on slip resistance, visit here.

Get in touch

Want to talk to us about your ideas using floor graphics? If you’d like further information on our floor graphics, visit our specification guide. Alternatively, you can call us on 01280 707 180 or email us at sales@xg-group.co.uk

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Silverstone Drive Gets The Full Service

Silverstone Drive gets the full service!

Silverstone Drive gets the full service!

…with a graphics overhaul by XG Group | Experts in Graphics

XG Group has been proud to be an incumbent supplier of Silverstone Circuits for a number of years, collaborating with them to create branding that won’t go unnoticed. Whether it’s their regular signage or specialist event branding, we’ve loved seeing how their brand has evolved.

Most recently, Silverstone has begun the process of rebranding with a contemporary new look. This requires a complete overhaul for their first Silverstone Drive experience of the year. As the first comprehensive project we’ve worked with Silverstone on using their new branding, we couldn’t wait to get started!

The collaboration station

Where do we start when it comes to rebranding a renowned Silverstone event like the Silverstone Drive Experience? There is a huge array of products used at the circuits for customer information, way finding and general branding. With a set budget in mind, we were able to survey a branding wish list that Silverstone provided and gain inspiration for potential solutions.

The team at XG set to create visuals of the suggested designs, aligning with their brand guidelines and tone of voice. Each product comes with its own price point, enabling Silverstone Drive to prioritise how they would like to spend their budget. All items requested were able to be fully produced in-house, including:

Good to go

The first event of the season was a huge success, and the branding looked great (if we do say so ourselves!).  As always, it was a real pleasure to work with the team at Silverstone and we look forward to seeing our products be used time and time again.

Kirsty Woodward, Marketing Manager for Silverstone Drive, commented: From our first meeting with the team they were able to take our conceptual ideas and realise them. As one of the first on-site applications of our new brand, their design team worked excellently in channelling the new look and feel and tone of voice. Despite a short lead time the whole team worked with us to make the install achievable for our first retail weekend. It’s been fantastic to see the application being interacted with by customers getting hands-on with the new brand for the first time, whilst totally lifting the space to create a true sense of arrival for our guests.

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If you’re looking at a brand relaunch and need a comprehensive range of products to suit your new look, get in touch. Call us on 01280 707 180 or email us at sales@xg-group.co.uk

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Repositionable Self Adhesive Graphics

What safety signs do I need when we return to work?

What safety signs do I need when we return to work?

As lockdown restrictions continue to lift in the UK, there’s an even greater hope that pre-covid life is just around the corner. Although we can’t say when this might be the reality, we can help you prepare for the much-awaited return to work. 

Even as offices, shops and public buildings reopen, keeping your environment safe and socially distanced is reassurance for your team and clients. But what are the requirements, what’s recommended, or even available? 

Your commitment to a safe environment

As of the 12th April 2021, any workforce unable to complete their work from home can return to office. In these situations, it is still required for safety precautions to be in place, including completing a covid risk assessment, providing adequate ventilation and to inform employees and visitors of the safety requirements. Communicating the restrictions is a vital part of this, with companies researching the most cost and time-effective solutions. Find out more on covid safety requirements here. 

How can we help?

Understanding the needs of our clients in this climate has brought a new range of products to XG Group. Signage is a key focus in the regulations for returning to work, so it’s important to find the right display solution for you.  

Our roller-banners are a statement option ideal for lobbies and entrances to building to ensure all guests to your office building understand the safety precautions. These banners are popular for their easy assembly and compact storage, even once lockdown is long-forgotten, you can replace the sleeve for future branding events. 

Smaller options for this include A-Boards and banner frames. With similar pros to our roller-banners, these are best-suited for if you have a smaller space to work with. If floor-space is tight, we have you covered with a variety of self-adhesive graphics. 

Our range of self-adhesive graphics can cover flooring or walls, in a diverse offering of sizes and styles. It’s combination of fast application and damage-free removal make these one of the most practical signage options for the workplace, easily sticking to walkways, bathroom mirrors and windows. Different types of self-adhesive graphics work best on different surfaces, so we recommend you get in touch with one of our experts to discuss which is right for your needs. 

So once you’ve communicated the regulations efficiently, how do you make social distancing even easier? Safety screens are one of the most popular products to help protect people in populated areas, providing a physical barrier between yourself and othersChoose between a roller banner for full-length protectionour aluminium TFS frameor our custom-cut Foam PVC option. Madwith a transparent screen, you won’t lose the team-atmosphere we’ve all been missing!  

How can we help?

If the image of an office full of fluorescent guidelines and generics signage is what you’re imagining, think again! Our products can be tailored to suit your branding, so nothing looks too out-of-place. View our artwork guide for further details on branding your safety solutions. 

Alternatively, we’d love to hear from you. For advice on how our products can help your business return to work, get in touch with our experts at 
sales@xg-group.com or 01280 707 280.  

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