Hanging Rigid Panels

Posted by Scott on 15 August 2010 | Comments

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Mounting Hardware                    There are a lot of ways you can attach a rigid print to a wall. Deciding which one is best is part asthetics and part practicality. These examples are pics from samples we have on display in our showroom. They cover the most common type of fixings that we supply. They are reverse printed and the top left corner has been made clear to demonstrate what the fixing looks like from both sides of the panel, more importantly for the ones which are invisible from the front. You can mount temporarily or permanently, flush with the wall or at selectable spacing from the wall and fixings visible or hidden from the front.

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Here they are. The top two are hidden from the front, the bottom two are visible. The bottom right is flush against the wall.

 

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An anchor is screwed to the wall. The desired length spacer barrel is then screwed to this anchor. Simply line up drilled holes in the panel to the wall fitting, then the top caps are screwed on to hold it in place.

 

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This panel has holes drilled and is screwed directly to the wall. The panel sits flush against the wall and there is a small block that sits on the face of the panel underneath the screw head. The dome caps are then pressed onto these to cover the screw.

 

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Wooden split rails are cut with a 45 degree wedge. One half is fixed to the panel and the other is fixed to the wall. Depending on the thickness of the timber is how far it sits off the wall. By sitting the wedges on top of each other the panel is not permanently fixed and can be lifted off when needed.The face of the panel is unobstructed.

 

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This system involves a male and female fitting. The female anchor point is fitted to the wall. The male half is fixed to the back of the panel. The face of the panel is unobstructed. Simple press the panel so the ball ends clip into the anchor points on the wall. The panel can be popped back off when needed.