Order Cancelled. Discounted Stock.

A.P.F has had a huge order cancelled and now everywhere we look our vision is clouded with A4 and A5 Vertical Menu Holders. So, to keep our gears from being ground we are having a massive sale on these items with prices to hold until stock is cleared.
If you are looking to revamp your retail area with Showroom quality POS displays at bargain prices and do not want to go as far as China… send us an email sales@www.ausplasfab.com.au  or give us a call on (02) 9660 6010.

Units are being sold in packs of 10 and prices represent a 50% discount.
A5 Clear Acrylic Menu Holder= $7.99 ea + GST
A4 Clear Acrylic Menu Holder= $8.99 ea + GST.

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An iPad stand for your new iPad 3

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We’ve just finished making this beautiful iPad holder for a client who is going to use it in an Exhibition setting to gather contact names and email addresses for his business development. The incentive to sign up? A chance to win an iPad of your own – who could resist?

With the launch of the new iPad 3 today it’s a fitting item to show you, don’t you think? Fabricated  in matte black acrylic it’s sturdy, durable and will make all the ‘design police’ out there happy.

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Flat pack furniture as you’ve never seen it before.

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When business owner David of emagine International relocated his team of programmers and engineers to a funky warehouse space in Ultimo NSW one of his goals was to create a fun but practical environment with an industrial look.

Emagine, www.emagineinternational.com create telecommunications customer retention software and David’s challenge was to accommodate his team at workstations fostering idea exchange and collaboration as well as providing flexibility to scale up when required.

Who better to help David than his brother Andrew – framer and furniture designer?

(Did I mention Andrew and his business www.justframes.com.au are based in Tasmania?)

Andrew set to work designing and then fabricating the workbenches (pictured) along with a separate office table for David, with a generous return for hosting impromptu meetings. Working with industrial ply and taking a leaf from that ‘Swedish Store’ he designed the units to pack flat for shipping from Tasmania to Ultimo NSW. He also contacted Australian Plastic Fabricators with his specifications for acrylic tabletops to be cut to size and edges flame polished.

With only a weekend to complete the fit out, in a triumph of logistics planning – the flat packed furniture arrived, Andrew arrived, and the acrylic tabletops were delivered on-site by APF.

All put together like clockwork by Andrew.

David and his team are enjoying the new workspace and particularly their workstations featuring a remarkable combination of industrial ply and acrylic, revealing some very clever joinery.

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See-through speakers?!

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Take a moment to look at these speakers. We recently made these to order for a couple of ‘mature age’ rock n rollers turning 40 – a nice present to each other, don’t you think?

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Etched logos, type & patterns in acrylic

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We’ve been busy in the factory, experimenting with some new techniques – like etching into acrylic. Here’s a snap of an early trial. We think this could be quite cool, but let us know what you think? What would you like to see?

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Hauntingly beautiful HSC artwork in acrylic

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We are often asked to produce acrylic display boxes for customers and on occasion they come back to us with photos of how they were used. We were stunned by the impact of these artworks created by Hannah for her HSC artwork. It’s no surprise to us that she received 100% in her trials. Congratulations Hannah we look forward to more of your visually arresting work! You can see a larger photo in the Gallery.

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