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Larger Optically Seamless TecVision Surfaces

July 8, 2015

Draper, Inc. has announced new, larger sizes for its award-winning TecVision Engineered Surface Technology line. Optically Seamless TecVision screens are now available up to 23 feet high and 69 feet wide. “When we introduced TecVision we limited the sizes to 15 feet in viewing height because 15 feet was the largest we could provide without traditional seams,” according to Bob Mathes, AV/Video Sales & Marketing Manager for Draper, Inc. “We decided that we should leverage our seaming expertise along with our state of the art TecVision technology to come up with a way to make bigger surfaces.”

Larger Optically Seamless TecVision Surfaces

Instead of using traditional seams, or taking the very expensive approach of having a seamless substrate, Draper took a different path. “We decided to fuse a base substrate which resulted in a flatter base material with a stronger weld,” says Mathes. “With the ideal substrate perfected we could then use our TecVision formulation process to create a perfect and optically seamless viewing surface.” Mathes says Draper is so confident in its new Optically Seamless TecVision sizes that if there is a defect, including anything resulting from the fusion process, visible to the naked eye or under projection more than five feet away from the audience side of any TecVision screen, the company will take back the surface.

Company: Draper, Inc.



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