In retailing, selling a product depends a lot on how it is displayed. Today, there are several ways to display the product so that customers are attracted and proceed with their purchase. Designers opt for acrylic on glass because they are lightweight, versatile and relatively inexpensive.
Acrylic is available in a variety of colors, thicknesses and thicknesses. Glass is a very fragile material and can break with minimal pressure and breakage. The acrylic is however difficult, it requires a considerable force to break, making it an ideal choice for shelves.
Acrylic can also be handled with heating to create curves and shapes. The bags are simply a piece of curved acrylic charm with heat applied to it to form a "U" shape in which the graphic fits. There are very few limits to the limits of working with acrylic to create an acrylic screen. Other examples of application are cubic screens, showcases, displays, skirting boards and independent acrylic parts. You can also apply vinyl graphics or use a silk screen to further decorate the canvases.
Cube screens are an interesting and modern alternative to shelves. Acrylic cubes can be produced in different sizes and colors, can be assembled with cables and bars or simply stacked to create a unique and stylish visual display.
It is also possible to add lighting for acrylic screens. When the acrylic screen uses cables or rods, a transformer can be mounted to provide power with cables or rods. These are low voltage to ensure that it is still perfectly secure to touch the screen. Low voltage LED lamps can be assembled using the same procedure. For acrylic photos and ideas, ask your supplier who can help you.