What are the different types of museum display cases?The Glass display cases in museums is a cabinet with more transparent tempered glass,The types may be freestanding on the floor, or built-in wall，or may be Installation on table.
Relicase different kinds of museum display case design opening styles：Automatic open and Manual Lift off Opening display case can offer safe and easy access，allow the Cultural relics to get better protection.
Freestanding on the floor glass display cases
The glass wings slide apart horizontally on heavy-duty tracks, creating a large access to the display compartment. The double-opening structure allows access from both directions, which makes FS013 optimal for handling large, heavy and delicate exhibits.
Built-in wall glass display case
WD006 is especially designed to display drawings which need museum grade conservation. Ultra-thin design and high-precision processing technology shorten the distance between display objects and audiences.
The front and back glass slide and pivot horizontally on heavy-duty tracks, offering maximum access. The double-opening structure allows access from both directions, which makes it optimal for handling large, heavy and delicate exhibits.
The elegant all glass hood design offers a hands-on observation experience for small and medium exhibits.
The unique motor driven “wing spreaded” split opening design opens the full internal dsiplay plinth to install and dismantle display objects. Designed especially for central display of large, heavy and delicate exhibits.
Wall display cases can be used effectively to present continueous stories of exhibits, as the space is large and versatile. Various exhibits are suitable to display in wall cases including paintings, metal artifacts, ceramics, sculptures etc.
Installation on table glass display case
Are suitable to present small and flat exhibits.Avaliable in different bases and with storage or exhibition drawers, it is very adaptable to fit your exhibition needs.
A good Museum quality glass display cases should meet several key criteria to effectively preserve and showcase artifacts while engaging and educating visitors. Here are some important factors to consider: Preservation and Protection: The display case must offer a controlled environment to protect artifacts from external factors such as dust, pollutants, temperature fluctuations, and humidity…
To make cultural museum display cases that meet the needs of the exhibition, here are the general principles of design: Coordination: The appearance, materials, and lighting configuration of the showcase should align with the style of the exhibits. Starting from the characteristics of the exhibits, integrate the showcase into the exhibition environment, making it as…
In order to ensure the safety of exhibits from potential threats and hazards, museum display cases are designed with various measures in mind. One important aspect is the selection of materials for the display cases. Non-toxic and pollution-free materials are chosen to prevent any harmful gas emissions that could potentially damage the artifacts. This ensures…