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  • Plexiglass face mounting Plexiglass face mounting        Popularly known as Plexiglass face mounting we use German made plexiglass as face board, which is highly compact and of high quality, along with alu dibond board as back plate. After high pressurized treat the sandwiched works of art gives a marvelous vision effect.
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  • Desk-top Plexiglass Block Desk-top Plexiglass Block

          For a family, desktop Alu dibond mounting is a good choice that the picture is displayed by a support setting made also of aluminum material, or to be used as a gift for relatives and friends.

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  • Canvas Wrap Canvas Wrap       A picture after having been printed on canvas can be spread and secured on its ends onto a wooden framework for display so as to give it an antique and romantic flavor. The canvas wrap we offer is divided into two kinds, one called single color wrap, the other known as mirrored wrap.
          By single color wrap we use the edge of canvas printing as border so that the side color looks the same as the color on the edge of the picture. Our client may choose a color in his or her liking to be the border color and to give it an interesting effect.
          By mirrored wrap we duplicate the color near the edge of the picture and the duplicated border will be bound to the wooden framework to give the picture a 3-dimentional effect when viewed from different angles.

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  • Floating Frame with Canvas Wrap Floating Frame with Canvas Wrap

          A canvas wrap picture after it has been made can be put into a delicate floating-frame for display.

          Our clients may choose L-shaped edge of wood or aluminum material to frame a canvas wrap picture to show artistic feel and taste.

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  • Archival Mounting & Framing Archival Mounting & Framing

    Preservation Guidelines for Matting and Framing

           Long-term/permanent display of paper-based materials is not recommended because light exposure causes permanent damage that manifests in fading, yellowing/discoloration, embrittlement, and other irreversible changes. The best alternative to long-term display is to keep valuable paper collections in good storage conditions and to mat and frame a well made reproduction.

           When an original must be framed, preservation matting and framing is essential for limiting potential damage, but the following guidelines can apply to reproductions, which also represent an investment of time, energy, and money.

    What is preservation matting and framing?

           Preservation matting and framing describes materials and methods designed to limit environmental (e.g., from light, water, humidity, airborne pollutants, dust, surrounding materials, etc.) risks to the displayed object. All materials used in the frame package must be chemically stable.

    Confirm with the framer:

          · Hinges: Non-adhesive hinging (e.g., photo/mounting corners; polyethylene strapping; mounting strips) whenever possible or Japanese tissue hinges applied with refined wheat starch paste

          · Matboard (for window and for backmat): 100% cotton rag or chemically purified, lignin-free wood pulp stock; pH-neutral or slightly alkaline (pH 8.5); 4-ply minimum; overmatting provides more protection than "floating" in the window; for matting photographs, board must pass the Photographic Activity Test

          · Tape for hinging the window and backmat together: Water-activated gummed linen tape; object should not touch linen tape

          · Glazing: UV-opaque acrylic (also available as anti-static for objects with friable media); ensure the object does not touch the glazing -- use a sufficiently thick-ply window mat or add spacers along the perimeter of the mat

          · Backing board: acid-free and lignin-free corrugated board (necessitates an additional moisture barrier) or corrugated polyethylene or polypropylene; at least 3 mm thick

          · Moisture barrier: metalized polyester film; polyester film

          · Frame: metal or wood (if wood, rabbet should be lined with a barrier film (e.g., aluminum or polyester tape with acrylic adhesive) to prevent acids in wood from moving into the mat package); of sufficient depth to accommodate the complete package including the backing board; constructed to minimize potential for warping, bowing, torquing

          · Method for securing mat package in frame: pins or brads; no tape


    German Rohn's plexiglas UV 99.7% resistant

    Preferred places to hang or store framed objects

          · Out of direct sunlight or any intense light source; consider covering the frame with an opaque hanging cloth to block all light when the object is not being viewed

          · Away from working fireplaces or radiators

          · Away from intake or outtake vents

          · On interior walls, which do not reach the same temperature extremes or bear as much moisture as exterior walls

          · Out of attics, basements, or any other areas prone to environmental extremes and with high risk of water leaks

          · Off of the floor

    Additional References:

           The Photographic Activity Test, or PAT ISO18916


           Film Archival Protection: ISO5466Photo Archival Protection: ISO6051Materials for Archival Protection: ISO10214

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