- Display Walls & Pop Ups
- Digital Signage & Multimedia Solutions
- Portable Exhibition Kits
- Tables & Counters
- Display Pedestals & Plinths
- Portable Display Panels
- Exhibition Products & Services
- Outdoor Displays & Flags
- Signage Systems & Displays
- Vendor Trays & Trolleys
- Fieldays 2018
- Illuminated Products & Lightboxes
- Inflatable Products
- Literature & Brochure Displays
- Poster & Banner Displays
- Product & Merchandise Displays
- Ballot & Competition Entry Boxes
- Custom Made Products
- Experiential Marketing
- Bean Bags & Umbrellas
Fabric Printing for promotional items, interior design and fashion
Locally Printed Textile Solutions.
Fabric printing at Brandstand is produced using the dye sublimation process. If you want permanent printing onto your fabric then this is the best method for short runs from 1-500m.
Whether you are designing a fabric exhibition stand, a fashion collection or re-covering lounge suites or requiring printed fabric for an exhibition or artwork you need to talk to us to help you fastrack getting your designs into production. Printing fabric is not straight forward so shortcut the process and let us help you.
By creating your own design, or printing fabric with your brand logo, you can be sure of consistency throughout all your fabric items, from uniforms through to chairs, beanbags, table cloths, fabric lightboxes, exhibition walls etc. Have the textile fabric printed by us and then have your various suppliers use it to ensure a consistent look throughout.
Brandstand is able to print your pull up banners, fabric exhibition walls, promotional flags, or bespoke flagpole flags, right here in Auckland meaning a quicker service for our customers. Our wide format printers can produce very large single graphics or short runs of bespoke material.
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“Just a quick note to say thanks for all your hard work in getting the video wall installed on time and looking fantastic. It really lifts the visitor experience at the Museum. Thanks again and we look forward to working with you again soon. Max Riksen, Operations Manager ”