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Re: Display Units

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Lauren H. Killam (lkstar@anet-dfw.com)
Mon, 9 Sep 1996 18:17:57 -0500


Large pieces of insulation like the kind you find in the process of
building a house are great for displays. Then add a small strip of wood
for the framing, add hinges and viola great big sturdy display stands that
are light weight!! They take staples and pins beautifully.

My husband built smaller displays out of pegboard and 1 by 1 lumber that
are extremely sturdy and heavy. These are also hinged for displaying both
sides. These may not be good for moving frequently but good for stationary
structures.

Lauren H. Killam
Denton ISD
>Does anyone out there have good plans or ideas for building
>display units for 2-D artwork which can be moved without too much
>difficulty? Our district owns some that are old, falling apart, and
>ugly. We have a parent group who might build some for us.
> Kay McCrea
> Wichita South High