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Show Specials, Canvas Demos, New Products and More at SGIA

LexJet and Fredrix at SGIA Expo

LexJet is exhibiting at the 2013 SGIA Expo in Orlando, Oct. 23-25, with Fredrix Print Canvas in Booth 1033.

If you’re planning to attend this big graphics event, stop by to take advantage of show-only specials, see canvas stretching demonstrations with the Canvas Stretch Master machine, and check out the new line of Fredrix and LexJet Sunset canvas products. LexJet’s show-only specials at SGIA include…

GAPP Canvas Stretching Machine at SGIA ExpoBuy two rolls of Fredrix or LexJet Sunset canvas at list price at the show and get one free. There’s no limit on how much you can buy while you’re at the show, so you could buy ten and get five free, for example.

Buy a GAPP canvas stretching machine and get a discounted, show-only price, plus canvas and stretcher bars for a great bundled deal. Here’s how the bundles work:

  • Canvas Stretch Master Production (60″ version): Show-only price is $9,270 (regularly $10,300), plus you get a 60″ roll of Fredrix or LexJet canvas and two packs of Tara Standard Stretcher Bars (16″ and 20″)
  • Canvas Stretch Master Production (48″): Show-only price is $8,370 (regularly $9,300), plus you get a 36″ roll of Fredrix or LexJet canvas and two packs of Tara Standard Stretcher Bars (16″ and 20″)
  • Canvas Studio Master (60″): Show-only price is $2,655 (regularly $2,950), plus you get a 60″ roll of Fredrix or LexJet canvas and two packs of Tara Standard Stretcher Bars (16″ and 20″)
  • Canvas Studio Master (48″): Show-only price is $2,115 (regularly $2,350), plus you get a 36″ roll of Fredrix or LexJet canvas and two packs of Tara Standard Stretcher Bars (16″ and 20″)

To find out more about the show-only specials and demonstrations at the LexJet/Fredrix booth, and if you’d like a free pass to the Expo, contact a LexJet customer specialist at 800-453-9538.

Regan has been involved in the sign and wide format digital printing industries for the past two decades as an editor, writer and pundit. With a degree in journalism from the University of Houston, Regan has reported on the full evolution of the inkjet printing industry since the first digital printers began appearing on the scene.

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