Walls + Forms Inc

Scopic System

Walls + Forms, Inc. has introduced the Scopic family of signage. The Scopic system telescopes for maximum flexibility in width and height and is available in an unlimited variety of configurations to cater to all store environments and in store policy restrictions. This allows greater viewing of consumer activity while maximizing "bold" branding communication to drive sales.

Scopic sign Double T48/30 B-SPC-0004 is pictured. It is perfect for medium to large floor displays along exterior walls or end caps. Two large graphic areas allow for impactful branding to drive consumer sales. Graphics are easily interchangeable for a fresh look. It includes a single telescoping pole with a heavy-duty base, plus two horizontal (fixed) cross rails with graphic holders. The poles are finished in anodized aluminum and expand from 54 to 92 inches high. The base diameter is 17.75 inches while the anodized aluminum finish cross rails are fixed at 48 inches and 30 inches widths respectively.

The Scopic collection is in-stock and ready to ship. It enables you to customize your system to suit your requirements and is also available in standard single floor display configurations plus standalone and extended display units with signage that maximize impulse sales. A hub (pole collar) allows for maximum flexibility. For instance, you could add additional cross beams for more graphics, and/or brochure holders. You can customize Scopic to feature P.O.P. displays, create large floor banner displays, or connect to other Scopic uprights to display unique configurations. This system enables you to incorporate existing graphics and maintain continuity of your merchandising campaign.

The Scopic system is ready to go. There is no need for professional installers. It is pre-packaged into "ready to assemble" kits with necessary tools and easy to follow instructions which minimizes installation time and labor costs. It can be assembled and disassembled quickly and easily and enables you to create new sign systems and displays in new locations using existing components.

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