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Greetings all and welcome to my first blog post!  My kids will be so proud.  I am very excited to begin taking advantage of this medium and my hope is to help keep you informed of some of the fantastic projects we have been fortunate enough to produce and  to help open a dialogue centered around how Optima can better support you and your customers. The Optima sales team will periodically be posting comments and varying topics with the goal of addressing topics of interest to you that are relevant and help you win more business.  We are only successful by helping you succeed. Listed below are some photos of several recent SEG projects – please check them out and let me or any other staff member at Optima know if you have any questions.  If you have a cool project that you would like to see profiled, please feel free to contact me or Gary Camarato in Creative Services – we are always looking for shots of what the final product looks like. dsbrown@optimagfx.com

Photo courtesy of DesignCentrix

Photo courtesy of DesignCentrix

Photo courtesy of DesignCentrix

Photo courtesy of DesignCentrix

Photo courtesy of DesignCentrix

Photo courtesy of DesignCentrix

Photo courtesy of DesignCentrix

Photo courtesy of DesignCentrix

Photo courtesy of DesignCentrix

Photo courtesy of DesignCentrix

Photo courtesy of Dynamic Display

Photo courtesy of Dynamic Display

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  1. Eric Duncan
    October 22, 2009 at 10:23 pm

    Thanks for the images. Just a note about a recent discovery. When using Octanorm fabric adaptor extrusion, M1325 I belive it is, be aware the groove for the silicone is 4mm wide not the typical 4.3mm of the rest of their SEG extruded profiles. When their silicone is sewn onto the fabric it will fight you during installation. We’ve used a rubber mallet to make it fit. If you can keep the small flap of fabric on the short side of the stitch smooth it helps, but that’s almost impossible. Double stacked AGAM is a little better but still too snug.

  2. Gary Camarato
    October 23, 2009 at 9:35 am

    Eric, thanks for the info. We are looking into it right away. Dave is cross referencing with Octanorm and we will adjust as appropriate.
    Thanks again for the info and we appreciate your business very much.
    g

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