As we have seen over the past few years there has been a vast restructuration in the airlines industry and we are ending up with fewer major carriers. The ones left have been around for a long time and do happen to have quite an history. Airlines companies will choose to display some historical documents, plaques, trophies, reproductions in glass top pedestals. They may be installed in the passengers registration areas, corridors leading to the gates or in seating areas. Glass top pedestals are highly effective in this type of environments. They are discreet, clean and highly noticeable. Glass top pedestals can also be moved easily depending on the circumstances. They can be used singly or in groups. Lastly glass top pedestals may be manufactured in a wide variety of sizes.
Most manufacturers and millwork will built cash wraps up to seven feet wide in a single piece. Anything over seven feet or involving a curved configuration will end up being built in multiple sections. Large cash wraps should be structurally strong since they will be used for many years. Building cash wraps in multiple sections that can be bolted together will reinforce them. It will also make the cash wraps easier to handle and most importantly safer to transport and install. Cash wraps and counters are utilized for a wide variety of purposes such as retail, reception areas, conference rooms etc… Since cash wraps act as storage units also and may be as wide as fifteen feet building them in a few sections is the only alternative.
With the visual merchandising industry going more and more sophisticated what used to be called a glass museum case can now be found in many high end retail operations. Exclusive jewelry stores, upscale galleries, luxury accessories stores are featuring full vision, clean looking glass museum cases with attractively finishes cabinets. Since most of the merchandise displayed is highly valuable the glass showcases need to be totally sealed and equipped with reliable locking mechanisms. The glass to glass construction and bonding proper to glass museum cases applies perfectly to the high end store showcases where everything has to be shown to the very best.
Casinos are little towns, communities by themselves. When entering them you are going through a lobby, registration area, retail stores, exhibits spaces, conferences rooms and dedicated themes rooms. Many of these sections have wall display cases set up in them. These glass showcases are of different sizes depending on what they are being used for. It may be wall glass trophy cases, giftware wall cases, multi sectional wall showcases or wall hung shadow boxes for jewelry or collectibles. Casinos are high traffic areas and are open round the clock. Protecting and organizing the contents to be displayed is therefore essential. Ore assembled, tempered glass, lockable wall display cases are the ideal instruments to achieve the purpose.
Display cases customers and prospects have changed their purchasing habits over the last five years. In many ways we do not see a strict buying pattern when it comes to choosing a display case that fits the purpose. There is no clear favorite cabinet finishes for example. One would be hard pressed to say which shapes of glass tower cases are selling best or which style of jewelry cases is the most popular. All one can say is that store designers and owners alike are trying to be original in their quest for a display case. New designs, prototypes, modified standard display cases of all sorts are in favor. That is not to say that custom display cases is what most are looking for. Budgetary limits are too strict for this to happen. Here manufacturers have to reinvent themselves and constantly come up with new display cases concepts and models.
Looking at the newly opened retail jewelry stores you can immediately notice a different look and feel. All seem to be more open, airy and inviting. You will quickly notice there has been a major shift in the type of glass jewelry showcases store designers and jewelry store owners are using nowadays. Before most jewelry showcases were comprised of a solid cabinet with storage below the glass display area. Nowadays the space below the jewelry glass display area is all open. The new trend is to install legs (wood or metal) at each corner of the jewelry cases to hold them off the ground. Done are the below compact cabinets. Some newly manufactured glass jewelry showcases are even manufactured with some solid wood sides and nothing in the middle. This is all beneficial since now consumers can focus only on the jewelry.
A very large size is what makes trophy glass display cases different from your average wall showcase. They can be as tall as seven feet and a half and as wide as eighty inches. Most large trophy display showcases are built with solid dividers in the center for structural integrity. In turn these vertical dividers are creating multiple sections or compartments within the trophy case as a whole. It is most convenient since the basic function of large trophy showcases is not only to display memorabilia but also to organize it.
The manufacturing of glass display showcases has evolved dramatically over the last fifty years or so. For years manufacturers chose to use thick wood or metal framing to join their glass panels. The wooden or metal framing was available in different stains or metal finishes. Substantial, large bottom and top cabinets were the norm for decades. With the advent of store designing and planning manufacturers started to design showcases where the glass display area was predominant. Full vision glass cases did away with most of the framing on the edges of the glass panels. By using the new techniques of glass to glass construction with direct bonding you can make all the contents of any new showcase directly visible. The trend did continue progessing and nowadays most glass display showcases are full vision.