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Seasonal Display Showcase

At the end of the year and holiday time retailers are trying to maximize their sales. Showing the more popular giftware merchandise all at once and distinctly is a challenge. Store owners will choose to categorize their products using additional display showcases specifically for the season. They will either buy or rent the added display showcases. Retailers will paint and decorate them with cheerful holidays ornaments, colors, scripts and display inserts. Free standing glass display towers are the favorite seasonal display showcase. Since they are pre assembled they can be installed quickly. Tower showcases are equipped standard with rollers under the base cabinet and can be moved in and out or to different areas promptly. Casters are an important feature when considering seasonal display showcases. This will allow store owners to roll them just outside of the front door for the day to attract more traffic in. The holiday season is short and competitive. You want to attract all the traffic you can.

Glass Display Cases with Lateral Dividers

Public areas such as convention centers, airports, official buildings need to be able to display objects, products and documents to a constant flow of people coming from all directions. These central areas are rather crowded and designers are looking for ways to create visibility from all angles. Creating a wide rectangular display case with a solid divider in the middle of the depth of the glass showcase is one way to do it. It creates the effect of having two display cases back to back. The typical glass display cases with a lateral divider is around twenty four inches and has two sets of fully adjustable tempered glass shelves. One on each side of the showcase central divider. Since merchandise or documents will need to be loaded from each of the two sides of the glass showcase it will be equipped with two sets of lockable sliding doors. This category of glass cases are quite large, stable and cost effective in view of how much they can display.

Office Furniture and Cash Counters

Companies and retail stores alike are looking for well designed, rational and comfortable office furniture. Making the working environment appealing will in return increase profitability. Cash counters of all shapes are an integral element of reception areas and office space. Cash counters act as desks, organizers, focus points and checking out stands. The design of a cash counter will vary according to its primary use. It may be straight and liner , angled or curved following different radiuses patterns. Standard cash counters have a flat top area with a ledge for enhancement. A small elevated writing area is common. Drawers, multiple adjustable shelving, pull out trays, lockable storage, custom designed areas for computer terminals are all individual options. Manufacturers will add them up while assembling and finishing the ordered cash counter. As a piece of equipment and furniture cash counters should be made to satisfy the everyday needs of particular users.

Glass Display Showcases Donations to Schools

Over the last decade public schools have had to contend with some serious reductions in their overall budget. This has translated in stringent limits or cancellation of the purchase of much needed equipment. On the other side the resale value of glass display showcases is very low. In many cases it is even lower than the cost of moving them out of the space they are in. Glass display showcases manufacturers and retailers that are remodeling their store are better off just making a donation to a school of their choice. The donation of a glass showcase to a school or institution is tax deductible and it will benefit a good cause. The school maintenance staff will come to pick the glass showcases at your location thus saving costs. Instead of wasting time trying to sell your used showcases for little money by making a glass display showcase donation to a school you are cooperation in the improvement of your community.

Jewelry Showcases with a Higher Glass Area

Conventional quarter vision jewelry showcases have been manufactured with a twelve inches top glass display area for the last decade. Consequently all the inserts velvet displays were designed to fit exactly within these dimensions. Walking in jewelry stores over the last year observant consumers will notice a new trend in the designing and manufacturing of jewelry cases. While the overall height of the jewelry cases has stayed the same now the top glass display area are fourteen to eighteen inches tall. This had dramatically changed the overall look of many jewelry showcases. The consequent decrease in the cabinetry size has caused substantial savings in manufacturing costs. The new look glass jewelry showcases have a more open feel, look less crowded and have become similar to museum glass display showcases.

Glass Cubes and Trophy Cases

Frameless rectangular and square cubicles have become popular as a way to display artifacts and sculptures. A glass cube will typically accommodate a single trophy or award. Schools, universities, colleges, sports clubs are always looking for ways to enhance the look of their trophies. Seamless glass enclosures will fit most any size of trophies. They are airtight, compact and totally see through. While the trophy will sit on a stained wooden base the glass enclosure will contain the trophy and protect it from the dust, humidity and eventual damages. The glass enclosure will be fitted tightly to the wooden base. Additionally the user will be able to lift the top glass display area when needed. Glass enclosures for trophies can easily be installed on a table, a wood stand, a pedestal. They are easily available and affordable.

The Different Backings Available on Wall Showcases

Wall display showcases are the most widely used category of store fixtures. Gift shops, collectible stores, chain stores, museums, schools and universities find many uses for them. Wall showcases are manufactured in a whole array of cabinet finishes. They may be as narrow as two feet wide and the large wall showcases will extend to six feet wide. A clear glass backing is the standard feature offered by all glass display showcases manufacturers. In the retail industry some store owners will request a full mirror backing on their wall showcase. This is primarily done to provide more reflection of the light within the showcase. It also helps hiding some defects and imperfections on the wall behind the wall showcase. Another option is a solid stained wood backing that will give a more classical feel to any wall display showcase. Museums and institutions are using a solid backing with fabric stretched all over it on their wall units. The purpose is to create a particular décor or to create a given contrast with the artifacts displayed in the wall showcase. Many options are available and should be explored when purchasing a wall showcase.

The Different Backings Available On Wall Showcases

Wall display showcases are the most widely used category of store fixtures. Gift shops, collectible stores, chain stores, museums, schools and universities find many uses for them. Wall showcases are manufactured in a whole array of cabinet finishes. They may be as narrow as two feet wide and the large wall showcases will extend to six feet wide. A clear glass backing is the standard feature offered by all glass display showcases manufacturers. In the retail industry some store owners will request a full mirror backing on their wall showcase. This is primarily done to provide more reflection of the light within the showcase. It also helps hiding some defects and imperfections on the wall behind the wall showcase. Another option is a solid stained wood backing that will give a more classical feel to any wall display showcase. Museums and institutions are using a solid backing with fabric stretched all over it on their wall units. The purpose is to create a particular décor or to create a given contrast with the artifacts displayed in the wall showcase. Many options are available and should be explored when purchasing a wall showcase.

Designing New Glass Cases

Visual designers, store planners, architects are constantly looking for new glass cases designs in order to create new looks. Creative new designs and functionality are the two major criterions when designing new glass cases models. Cost effectiveness or control which translates in affordability can be studied by an analysis on how to manufacture a glass case with as few steps as possible. Successful glass display cases designs have to meet a specific price point. In the industry this is referred to as perceived value. While a new glass case design should be developed in view of a specific need to be satisfied the cost factor is totally relevant to that need. The very many years of experience and craftsmanship of an established glass display showcases manufacturer will allow all these factors to come into play simultaneously. Needless to say that profitable and innovative showcases designs are a direct result of the observation of the latest consumers needs in the field.

Quality Control in the Glass Display Case Industry

Glass showcase are large items essentially made of glass and cabinets and are shipped fully assembled to destinations all over the country. While the packaging and crating of any given glass case should be done professionally the previous steps of quality control are even more important. It all starts with the inspection of the raw materials and components involved in the manufacturing of glass cases. The accuracy and finish of the cabinetry should be flawless. All the glass panels of the future glass case should be clear without any scratches, streaks, cracks. The hardware ought to be in perfect mechanical order and its functioning thorough fully tested. Lighting components that will be fitted in different areas of the glass case should be tested before assembly by the technical department. Only then the complete assembly of the glass showcase can start. Once completed the finished glass case should be inspected a few times to make sure that all fits tightly and cleanly. Once uncrated a glass case is hardly returnable. Therefore efficient quality control procedures are a cost saving element of any glass display case company.

The Manufacturing of Glass Top Pedestals

Museum curators and retail customers do need glass top pedestals in many different sizes and shapes. While manufacturing a rectangular or square glass top pedestal is hardly a challenge the requests for specific large sizes may be. When the width or depth of the glass top exceeds forty inches the weight of the top glass panel becomes an issue. Since the vast majority of the glass top pedestals are made of tempered or laminated glass any top glass panel that is ten square feet and up is heavy. From a manufacturing stand point sufficient support needs to be built in all along the four sides of the wood pedestal base. Needless to say that center support is not an option when considering glass top pedestals. Strong lateral support is accomplished by using high quality and accurately cut glass on the sides. The glass panels should also sit tightly in the bottom cabinet top grooves. Most importantly the structural integrity of an extra large glass top pedestal will be guaranteed by a high standard quality construction and assembly.

Display Cabinets for the Optical Industry

The optical retail industry can easily be divided into two groups nowadays. First you have the large chains companies with a multitude of stores and franchises all over the country. Most often no matter where they are located they have the same look and are using the same kind of store fixtures. Since they are discounters and target the middle to low end of the market their optical display cabinets are very basic and white slate wall is in abundance within their showroom areas. On the other end you will find individual specialty and high end optical retail stores. Since they are carrying designers brands that may be high priced all items need to be displayed within attractive and well made display cabinets. Some of the optical display cabinets are promotional display showcases that are supplied by the frames manufacturers. Others are custom cabinets custom made for the optical industry. When designing and manufacturing the optical cabinets the emphasis is to come up with sleek and unique designs. Optical glass display showcases should combine a warm, inviting feeling with a touch of extreme modernity.

Seamless Glass Showcases

The glass to glass seamless construction on glass display showcases tops is more and more common. What was before the exclusive of museum exhibit areas and art galleries is now present in many sectors of the retail industry and of the institutional market. Solid wood base pedestals with a frameless glass top are visually very attractive. Since there is no hardware on the way the contents are fully visible. For the same reason retail jewelry stores are utilizing jewelry cases with a glass to glass construction on the top display area more frequently. With the recent development of totally clear adhesives that can be applied uniformly between the glass panels one can get absolutely bonding results. The adhesives have become invisible and the bonding is as resistant as the glass panels. When applied to tempered glass the finished glass tops can last forever in the same original condition. Many glass display showcases manufacturers are now using this effective process.

Wall Hung Shadow Boxes for Schools

Schools and institutions have announcements, notices, regulations, time tables to display regularly and they should be visible to all for as long as they are valid. Protecting them from the weather, from the dust, humidity and from being snatched is of primary concern to the institutions maintenance personnel. Having them enclosed in wall hung shadow boxes is the best way to preserve them. Shadow boxes are either made of wood or metal with a lockable glass door in the front. Generally such a wall shadow box will have a backing such as cork for example where pins can be inserted. These pins will keep the documents or notices in place. Wall shadow boxes can be manufactured in many sizes and with or without lighting. They do not take much time to install and are easy to clean. Equipped with a quality and reliable locking mechanism the doors can be opened and closed whenever you choose to update or change the documents. Wall shadow boxes are economical and a onetime expense that will save trouble, time and surprises.

Glass Museum Cases

Museums of natural history are the subject of regular and constant visits by students all over. In addition to the permanent exhibits curators will feature temporary or traveling exhibits over a limited period. In the case of natural history museums the artifacts to be displayed will vary considerably in size, weight and look. Glass display showcases manufacturers have designed collections of glass museum showcases that are fit to this purpose. Square, rectangular museum glass pedestals are common feature in museums. They can be easily mounted on industrial casters for easy movement in and out of the exhibit areas. They are flexible and can be made in a wide variety of glass display areas dimensions. They will accommodate all sizes of memorabilia, books, specimens, sculptures, minerals and paintings. With a cabinetry usually made in high quality and durable laminates movable glass museum cases will last a long time and even easy to transport from one location to the next one. Built in storage is an additional feature. It does help securing the corresponding documentation associated to the specific exhibit.