Pyramid Visuals Breaks a World’s Record and Answers the Question, “You Printed It, Now What”

December 28, 2010

Pyramid Visuals welds a world’s record banner for Greenpeace International with a Miller Weldmaster Extreme 112.

Navarre, OH (Vocus/PRWEB) December 27, 2010

Pyramid Visuals of Surrey, England was challenged by Greenpeace International to assist with the production and record breaking printing of an environmentally friendly, large format banner which was subsequently unveiled on the doorstep of the European Commission headquarters in Brussels in front of the world’s Media to demonstrate the EU-wide objection towards genetically modified crops.

The overall finished dimension of 22m x 22m(72 feet X 72 feet), which required the printing of several sections that were then Hot-Air Welded with the Miller Weldmaster 112 Extreme. The graphic panels were perfectly aligned and held tight on the 112 Extreme’s table with a vacuum to hold it in place while welding, producing almost invisible seams.

Once completed, the banner was carefully packed and personally driven from our offices in Weybridge, Surrey to the European Commission in Brussels for arrival on 9th December by Justin Murray who was on hand to assist Greenpeace with any issues relating to its unloading and prominent unveiling.

View the video of the making of the banner on Pyramid Visuals website at Pyramid Video.

For more information on the Miller Weldmaster 112 Extreme, go to http://www.signseamers.com.

The fabric banner is the “largest anamorphic image by and single artist,” which is Kurt Wenner. See external links.

The material is on an Eco material fabric called Jet 220. The recording of this will be kept at the Guinness Book of Records.

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