Button-fix, the ingenious product used widely in construction trades and sign industries for achieving speedy panel installation is named ‘2017 Sign Industry Product of the Year’ by the British Sign and Graphics Association.
Custom Furniture Maker, Rob Thompson, discusses with ‘The Woodworker’ magazine why he identified Button-fix as the fixing to simplify his design and build process at SDS London.
The basic premise of Button-fix is simple: Durable nylon buttons are attached to the support frame, and the mating fixes are attached to the panel. The panel is then pushed into place until the Button-fixes ‘click’, indicating a secure fastening.
Julie Freedman, Head of Sales and Marketing at Buttonfix, discusses in ABCD Magazine the evolution of commercial washrooms, and how modern fixing solutions can provide easy access to vital pipes and services for maintenance and repair.
Using the flexibility and strength of Button-fix fastenings, Surface Matter has created a wall of interchangeable materials in its London studio…Jane Campbell, marketing director at Surface Matter said: “Having previously used Button-fix on a collapsible exhibition panel that travelled across Europe, we knew that the fixings would be ideal for securing material samples to the wall.”
Traditional fixing methods such as screws, glue and pins have improved significantly over the centuries – however, modern interior applications demand more sophisticated solutions, with innovation being the key. Here, Julie Freedman, Head of Sales and Marketing at Buttonfix explores the evolution of fixings and modern fastening alternatives. This begins as far back as 287-212 BC from when experts believe the first fixings and screws originated.
Julie Freedman outlines how quick and easy access to plumbing pipework can be achieved using innovative removable fastening solutions that offer a high quality finish. When installing a new bathroom suite for a client, a high quality, pristine finish is of paramount importance, with unsightly pipework and fixings ideally hidden away.
In this article, Julie Freedman, Head of Sales and Marketing for Button-fix explores how new fastening solutions are adapting to the changing needs of installers, providing a product solution to suit every application.
Buttonfix Limited is one of ten small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the creative and technology sector to make the finals of Open to Export’s high-profile Action Plan Showcase Competition. Based in the creative quarter of Farringdon, London, the company’s secret panel fastening system is made entirely in the UK and exported around the world.
In his review of Button-fix, Roger Bisby stated; “My favourite fixing in the range is the flush routed in fixing because it gives a really secure panel which isn’t wholly dependent on screws.”