Exion Corporation has extended its 3D lettering system with the import of the Korean Front and Side Illumination (FSI) 3D Lettering System range, which will be launched in South Africa at the FESPA Africa expo, taking place from 22-24 July 2015 in Johannesburg, at the Gallagher Convention Centre.
FSI is made with aluminium perspex inlays, making it stronger than perspex fabricated lettering. It makes it quick and easy to manufacture 3D channel lettering without the use of special equipment, and the finished product looks very appealing. It is supplied in a roll that minimises waste and that makes it economically effective to the end user.
Bruce Badenhorst, Director of new business development at Exion Corporation said, ‘As we face difficult times, not only in the signage industry but all industries, we need to provide new and exciting products to be used and that will appeal to the end user at a competitive price. I believe that more efficient and more innovative products will change the signage industry.
‘One of the strong points of this product is that without any fancy equipment, machinery and limited skills, you can easily bend and fold this into a stunning sign to impress your client. The colours are UV-resistant and will not fade and the lettering is easily maintained.’
The rolls are supplied in 25m lengths, to minimise waste. There are two sizes (35mm and 75mm) of returns available.