Many of the fabric based products Cameron produces are «one offs», and Cameron solved unusual problems for a wide range of companies and governmental organisations.
Cameron helium filled light tubes have illuminated film sets such as Harry Potter. Inflatable radomes protect sensitive portable communications equipment. Air filled packaging has been designed to protect satellites in transit to a launch site.
Our cold-air filled merchandising kiosks are popular with marketing savvy companies.
Man-carrying transparent bubbles have been used in the opening ceremonies of major international events.
Cameron can even build inflated stage sets or exhibition stands to your design and has even provided attractive air-filled walls to mask an unattractive rubble filled building site.
Products do not have to be air or gas filled. Cameron has built changing rooms that disappear into a ceiling when not in use, exhibition centre pieces and protective baffles for use on oil rigs.
Cameron also has wide format printing facilities in-house for fast turn-round at low prices. At up to three metres in width and the length dictated only by the amount of fabric on the roll, Cameron not only prints his own products but can produce huge banners for point-of-sale, advertising or even wraps for complete buildings.
If your requirement is innovative and can be made from woven or non-woven materials, then you need to talk to Cameron.