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Acrylic Displays All Round You

Author : DAFUN DISPLAY Date : 1/2/2013 6:56:47 AM

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Anywhere you go today, you will probably encounter more than one

acrylic display. These retail displays and their signs can be used in many industries, for commercial and even industrial applications, and of course, at home. Useful, attractive, and versatile you will even see them at your local library.

As you walk in the door and approach the checkout and return counter, you will likely see an acrylic display which hold pamphlets, bookmarks, or brochures--maybe even a business card that includes the hours of operation and the phone number. There might be a custom sign with the schedules for upcoming events at the library, or a notice about community activities, or the different types of books and the sections they can be found in. This makes finding what you were looking for much easier.

Does your library have a children's section? As you walk into the children's section, you might notice an acrylic display case and sign highlighting a favorite author's collection of notable books. Maybe it is showcasing the season by highlighting children's favorites by many different authors. The signs you see could be something simple and easily changeable, as the seasons change, in this case. Another popular sign in this section would be the dates, times and book titles to be read by a storyteller--always a favorite with young children.

You will likely see many different clear plastic signs displayed throughout the library as well, whether it is one reminding you to keep your voice to a whisper, or opaque wayfinding signage directing you to the reference section or to the public rest rooms. They can be something simple, which just have the basic information, or they migh be custom acrylic displays incorporating artwork. The checkout counter might have some signs that are designed for office use, or to indicate where to stand as you wait for service, or one giving instructions for where to turn in your books.

Of course there might also be plastic signs near a display of books to indicate those that may be of particular interest. Sometimes libraries will have a special case where they set up some books of interest along with some decorations pertaining to the books. It might be a seasonal selection, like Thanksgiving cookbooks when fall comes around, or it might just be some other collection of related books. Maybe they are presenting some of their mystery or science fiction books and they can put them out with some props to go along with them. You will certainly see cases displaying new arrivals. By drawing attention to these books, the librarians hope to increase the library's circulation.

These are just some of the uses many libraries make of these handy and sometimes custom plastic fabrication cases and signs. Seen and used nearly everywhere, these plastic items can be transparent, translucent, or even opaque depending on how they are used or the purpose they serve, indoors or out.

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