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Measurement

This simple guide shall advice you on measuring your artwork accurately



Unit Conversion
All the measurement unit in this website are counted by milimeter, you may use the conversion below to ensure the measurements are correctly entered
1inch = 25.4mm
1cm = 10mm

Frame rebates

In order to prevent the glazing/artowrk fall out from the frames all the frames (except canvas frame) have an internal lip to support the glazing/artwork
Hence, front the front view, about 5mm per side of your artwork will be covered by the lip.

Frame without mount
-> lay and flatten your artwork at at flat surface
-> take the measurements of width and height in milimeters
-> input the measurements to your chosen product and get preview of the frame.


Frame with mount
-> lay and flatten your artwork at a flat surface
-> take the masurements of width and height in milimeters
-> the actual size of the window of mount will be deducted 2.5mm each side to allow you to stick the picture in splace and prevent falling out from the mount
-> input the measurements to your chosen product and get preview of the fame.


Frame with multi opening
-> lay and flatten your artwork at a flat surface as you want to see them in frame (row and column)
-> take the masurements of width and height in milimeters
-> the actual size of the window of mount will be deducted 2.5mm each side to allow you to stick the picture in splace and prevent falling out from the mount
-> input the measurements to your chosen product and get preview of the fame


Canvas
-> lay and flatten your artwork at at flat surface
-> take the measurements of width and height in milimeters
-> input the measurements to your chosen product and get preview of the frame
-> if you have a canvas need to be stretched, the actual size of the wrapped canvas will be deducted 30mm each side for the depth of the canvas.