Recently, we created our first acrylic easel for Village Real Estate. It’s not our first easel — we’ve created adhesive, self-stick easels out of chip board in the past, but this new acrylic easel is much sturdier.
As you can see above, the self-stick easel is easy to use and easy to transport. However, it would not hold a particularly heavy object. It is best for smaller pieces, such as a flyer or a lightweight picture.
The acrylic easel can hold larger objects, and it looks more professional. The transparency allows the easel to coordinate with most interior decorations, as well.
To create the acrylic easel, we used our Colex machine to cut (route) the product and a heat vendor to shape it. When we first cut the acrylic, the easel shape lies flat. We use the heat vendor to mold it to that nice 90 degree angle.
As you can see below, it is sturdy enough to hold large, heavy photos or posters.
Village preferred a tall easel back with relatively short legs, but we can create any shape you want. For instance, if you wanted a smaller back, that would be very doable.
This is just one of the many cool projects we’ve done for Village. To see some of our other work for the real estate firm, check out this post.
Please let us know if you’d like a quote on this easel or if you have any other questions!