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New version of Wunderbars now available - Fujifilm have announced a new range of Wunderbars - the Red package.
In the eight weeks following its release in September of last year, Wunderbars - the revolutionary framing system for canvas prints – out sold all expectations. After proving such a success, Fujifilm has announced a new range of these exclusive stretcher bars.
The new Wunderbars Red package is now available. The stretcher bars in these packages are constructed of high quality pine rather than the usual tulip hard wood. They still feature the same unique self tensioning corner blocks that ensure there's no more sagging canvas, it always stays taught and will contract and expand to the room's temperature and humidity.
The Wunderbars Red range is available in packs of 12 and comes in the following sizes - 12in, 16in, 18in, 20in, 24in and 30in and will list with a saving of 20% compared with the original Tulip wood bars.
Visitors to Springfair and Focus will be able to see stretching demonstrations using Wunderbars system that will show the full process of easily producing a canvas wrap, including printing, coating and stretching.
In addition to the Red range, a new sample pack of the original Wunderbars, including two of each 12in, 16in, 20in and 24in stretcher bars, is also now available.
Wunderbars' constant tension stretcher bars are even easier than standard stretchers to construct and stretch canvas prints. Wunderbars are precision machined so there is no need to measure the frame to get it square or constantly hit the frame with a mallet to keep it square during stretching, it will always remain square. There is no requirement for complicated or overpriced stretching systems, machinery or devices, the only tool necessary is a staple gun.
Check out the Wunderbars website for further details.