“One size fits all” is such a lovely notion. Too bad it’s rarely true without compromise. For instance, the stocking cap that fits your son perfectly makes lines on your forehead and gives you a headache. The hip shoes your daughter loaned you look great but rub your feet raw.
The same is true in the point-of-purchase world. Designers know this. They know that different stock thicknesses require different assembly hardware. The trouble is, sometimes thick and thin stocks are employed in the same display piece.
Suppose you’ve constructed a dump bin using thick stock like foam board or Coroplast® so that it will last over repeated uses. Now suppose the bin will occasionally hold different products, or products that might go on sale. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could modify graphics without having to scrap the large, expensive panels that form the bin? Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a simple, inexpensive way of adding and swapping out graphics on the bin?
Enter the saddle clip.
The saddle clip is an extrusion that is placed on top of thick stock like (you’ll never guess) a saddle. Rising above the saddle is another sign grip, this one for thinner stock. With this handy little clip, bins and displays of all kinds can be added to easily. If care is taken when placing the saddle clip on your bin or display, no damage will occur. This would certainly not be the case if you were adding signs to the display with foam tape or other intrusive methods.
Give Popco a call and ask our knowledgeable cowpokes about the saddle clip. They’re all wearing spurs and Stetsons, and they’ll help you saddle up. Be sure to call before 5:00 p.m. central time since that’s when they ride off into the sunset.