Distribution Partner for Jetmaster Display Systems

Distribution Partner of the Jetmaste Display SystemPerfect Colours are pleased to announce we have been appointed as a UK distribution partner for the JetMaster Display System.The JetMaster display system is a tough, lightweight gallery wrap that can be completed in minutes, using just a craft knife and a cutting board.  It enables the simple creation of a professional looking finished image that looks exactly like a framed canvas, but is both quicker and cheaper to make.No special assembly skills are required.  The base is a pre-cut, pre-laminated corrugated board and users just trim and press flat their prints and fold over the edges.   The JetMaster system ensures that there are no bubbles within the image, no untidy corners, no staples and no hooks. A fully assembled JetMaster 'gallery wrap' is so light it can be hung from just one tack.The JetMaster display system ships flat and is currently available in a number of different sizes ranging from 5"x5" up to A3.  There is also an easy to use, low cost RIP for users who want to create a range of displays using - for example - multiple frames to create a Triptych effect.  A range of fine art media is also available including a textured finish which replicates the look of a traditional canvas. "The JetMaster system is very flexible and allows end users to produce high quality finished output at an amazingly low price point. It matches digital printing for quality and flexibility and offers a simple, cost-effective, premium display option.With JetMaster, the days of outsourcing the stretching and fixing of canvases for gallery wraps are over.  Print shops can now offer their customers genuine one-stop shop for finished product.  The RIP software generates extra productivity and flexibility - JetMaster is a complete solution to low cost canvas framing without any compromise on quality."- Jason Burroughs, Managing Director of Perfect ColoursYou can also find out more about this great product, including a video demonstrating how to make up the frames, on our Jetmaster Display System page here.[call_to_action]

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