Quality timber makes a quality frame
The profile of the moulding is unique in the marketplace and designed by the Wunderbars team. It gives a "floating frame" effect, but angled inward to draw your eye to the image whilst giving you a feel of quality. Its also practical for what we wanted to achieve with the product. The slope allows a stretched Wunderbars canvas frame (or other traditional stretcher bars) to easily be slotted into the frame and to "self centre", a very new and one of a kind method of Framing a Canvas print.
The groove in the rear of the frame is dual purpose. When used with a Wunderbars stretched canvas it allows clips to be inserted to hold the canvas in place in the frame. The clips are not screwed and are designed to allow the canvas to "breathe". This means that the canvas can contract and expand to the rooms environment. Ensuring that it doesn't go slack in the frame, which is a fundamental problem of traditional methods of framing canvas images. The clips also allow for easy access to the rear of the canvas and taking the canvas out of the frame and replacing it with a new image.
There's no need for any tools. Everything you need to frame a canvas print is included in the box. What's more is that the box comes ready for you to put your finished canvas back in and sell to your customer. The patent applied design and method of the frame and the insert makes speed, quality and cost the best around.
You can get the Switch Too right now from Fujifilm UK and its distributors. The frames themselves come in a superb and quality natural Red Oak finish, a glossy white Obeche wood finish and a matt black Obeche finish in 11 standard sizes ranging from 8x10, all the way up to 20x30.
Prices start at £9.95 + VAT (at time of writing) for an 8x10 red Oak frame. You can also bag yourself a bargain. At time of writing Fujifilm UK are offering an introductory offer of 20% off Switch Too, by using the voucher code Switch220 on their webshop. See the Fujifilm Webshop for further details
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Tim Jones is one of the three owners of Wunderbars Limited. He's a little bit (very) obsessed with canvas stretching.