Dye Sublimation - a bit of a mouthful right, well, it's actually quite simple. It's the method of using heat to transfer dye to fabric - it's quick, effective and smudge-resistant. The inks used are designed to imprint on fabric and other types of material. The print colours and additives are: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Overcoating. The clear Overcoating is a thin, protective layer that protects printing from discolouration from exposure to UV light and air and makes the print completely water resistant.
We know you have enough to worry about when planning your event but much like the weather, sky-high costs and last minute surprises can really rain on your parade.
Our products benefit you and your business by offering one unique ingredient: the gift of time. Because we’re constantly working hard to make our structures affordable and our pricing transparent, it means that in the long run, you are given the gift of time because you invested in a quality product - no need to replace in a couple of years, no need to repair or replace any parts.
The truth is, when presented with a new brief, a new client or a new event challenge (aren’t they all challenging?) you find yourself at a cross road. At this point, the question is always: A) do we take the road where things have always been done the same way, or B) opt for the lesser explored road and create something unique and satisfying - for both you and your client.
In the ever-expanding event industry, you know all about what beating out the competition means and how important it is to do a better job than you did yesterday. Part of the secret to success is what you have on offer: friendly, helpful staff - tick; the best service - tick. But how about your selection of products to tantalize your customers?
Recycled, up-cycled or re-purposed shipping containers have been popping up all over the world as homes, offices, mini stores, and more—and for good reason. Their durability, flexibility, ready-to-use construction, modern looks and industrial feel make them easy to set up, pleasing to the eye, and relatively inexpensive, when compared to other traditional building methods.
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The only limitation is your imaginationWe all know that the Events world is fiercely competitive and the pressure is on to play the ace when it comes to one-upmanship. Are you searching for something spectacular for your next event? We’ve set our sights on a range of outstanding inflatable structures and lights that could just be exactly what you’re looking for.
Stuart Johnstone of Stretch Structures US highlights your options, ‘you have the choice of our standard range of products that are readily available or come talk to us about something you need custom designed and manufactured to your specifications.’
It all starts with a concept. Being able to identify a gap in the market that can be filled by a new business, a concept that is hopefully unique, perhaps even quirky, that provides a product or service, or both! You don’t need to be a mind reader to try and understand what your potential customer needs, you just have a put yourself in their shoes. Stuart Johnstone of Stretch Structures Australia suggests that you ‘morph yourself into your client, get to the depth of their needs, find out all the details and in that way, you are able to present them with the best, most user-friendly and tailor-made solutions to their needs.’
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Music to our ears… Music festivals are at an all time high. If it’s bespoke entertainment that makes your music festival experience unique and memorable, then these guys are playing your tune! It’s at these events that you really see how the event organizers and coordinators have applied themselves.
They’ve got you covered and have considered all your wants and needs… even those things that you didn’t know you needed or wanted! Perhaps one of the first questions those brains behind the scenes ask is: how can we help you make the most of your day? Is it a raincoat you need, perhaps a poncho or a pair of wellies? Or the other extreme - an umbrella or parasol for some sun protection?
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For safe use, any environmentally susceptible structure should be anchored to the surface on which it has been installed. Variables such as environmental aggressors (wind and rain), engineering criteria (mainstay horizontal and vertical position, angle and ballast type) and surface types (dry or wet tar-surface, dry or wet concrete, smooth or rough surfaces, grass, dirt or gravel) are all taken into consideration. Written specifications for anchoring are conveyed via installation instructions from on-site engineers. Elements taken into consideration: * site wind exposure * Terrain category * Wind Region * 5 day forecast * duration of tent on site * soil density for staking (holding power) * soil water saturation (drought or muddy) * nearby structures (buildings, trees) * size of the tent (surface area) Ballasts should be placed on all four corners of a marquee (for example) however, if requested, additional smaller-sized anchor points can also be used, giving extra support for side walls. Every leg should have a ballast point, or the leg becomes a ‘floating’ leg and if exposed to high winds, becomes a danger. There are several anchoring options available for all surface types.
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