Press Feature in “The Dead Pixels Society”

Thank you Gary Pageau from “The Dead Pixels Society” for featuring our newest frame assembly technology:

MHP Technology, the manufacturer of canvas stretching and frame assembly machines, launched a new generation of canvas frame assembly machines offering a broader range of wood types and profiles while enabling lightning-quick retooling, the company claims.

The PLUG frame assembly machine processes up to 40-plus tongue-and-groove stretcher bar frames per minute. The VPLUG assembles up to 21 frames per minute by underpinning four 45° mitered bars with v-nails. MHP has now adapted this technology to process many additional picture frame profiles.”

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Founded in 2009, the Dead Pixels Society is dedicated to providing news and information to businesses in the photography industry.
The group was formed after an InfoTrends conference where a Microsoft executive spoke about “live” pixels – those on screens – and “dead” pixels – those in print. Shortly thereafter, the Dead Pixels Society was launched and met for the first time in 2009 at the 6Sight Future of Imaging Conference (RIP), a conference sponsored by PMA International (PMA) for photo/imaging industry executives. The group continues to meet clandestinely at industry events and conferences and can be identified by their stylish label pins.

The Dead Pixels Society is guided by an advisory board of industry leaders.