Cash from Canvas - part 7 of 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

by Mike McNamee Published 01/08/2012


Fuji of course supplies many inkjet products and sells Fuji, Hahnemuhle and Epson solutions. Its media products are naturally well used in the social photography sector, with the company flagging up its magnificently named Wunderbars for the purposes of this article, which give easy access to canvas wraps for users without specialist cutters and framing equipment.

Requiring little or no experience and without the need for expensive canvas stretching tools the Wunderbars are patented stretcher bars ensuring that regardless of the hanging environment, Wunderbars will always be under constant tension eliminating canvas rippling and sagging.

Wunderbars also go together square, so there's no need to repeatedly tap the stretcher bars together to get them square. Stretching canvas is simple too, just staple the canvas to the Wunderbars and pull the pins on the spring blocks. The stretcher bars do the stretching for you.

Available in a wide range of sizes and depths or custom made for you, Wunderbar stretcher bars take the stress out of canvas stretching.

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