POP Displays

Pacific Panel specializes in manufacturing point-of-purchase displays for many different industries. Point of purchase or “POP” displays are strategically placed fixtures that can help grab the attention of a consumer. They can be made in many different forms with one common goal, to specifically show that product off to potential buyers. It can have specially designed graphics, information, bright colors, or any range of details to grab attention, and help to better explain that product to the end user.

Full 3D Concept
Design Capabilities

We can offer full-service 3D concept drawings and then take that a step further in to photo realistic renderings. This helps our customers with figuring out exactly how they want their “POP” display to look before we go to manufacturing. These drawings are also utilized by our team to make sure we make every fixture exactly to the specifications of those drawings or renderings. It also builds confidence for our customers, when they are able to see exactly what their fixture will look like on paper before they place an order.

POP DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
DONE IN-HOUSE

We house plenty of equipment and man power at our 85,000 square foot facility. Our experienced and dedicated team can help you with any POP project you need. We have the knowledge to help you throughout the process and make sure that your displays are spot on. Because we are a family owned and operated company, you will always get that level of customer service, and attention to detail, that is needed to complete your project efficiently and on time.

Wood has the natural, earthy feel to it, but it’s also a really great building material for any POP display. It has become increasingly popular over the past years because it has a warm, inviting feeling, which helps to gain the attention of customers. We can make your POP display with any type of wood incorporated into it, whether it’s lumber, melamine, high-pressure laminate, or any other type of material. With many wood material options available, there is no limit to the possibilities of color or materials you can use.
Metal is an extremely durable, and versatile building material that can be used in almost any POP display. It can be bent, die cut, welded, powder coated, painted, and so much more. That’s why many POP displays utilize metal because of it’s ability to withstand the abuse over time. We can incorporate metal into any project to add a different look or feel to the display. Metal has many uses in the POP fixture space, and there are many different ways to use it.
Acrylic and other plastics can make a fixture stand out and there are many different uses for this material. It can be used for 3D signage, stand offs, inserts, etc., to give a modern look and help grab attention. Plastic is a versatile building material with many options for colors and types available. Adding a plastic element to a POP fixture can really change the look and assist in making the display stand out from the rest.

ASSEMBLY TO KNOCKDOWN
WE HANDLE IT ALL

POP displays can require many different types of fulfillment, from packaging, assembly, to knock down, we can handle it right here at our facility. We have a wide range of assembly and packaging lines that can streamline those processes, and make sure your POP display goes whichever way is needed. We can also help our customers with logistics if they need to drop ship to multiple locations. If corrugated boxes are required, or if you need full crating for shipments going cross country, we can take care of that as well.

Digital Print

Digital printing is a method of printing from a digital image directly to a variety of media, from wood to metal, and almost anything in between. Digital printing is usually used for small-run jobs because it is easier to set up, but it can also be used for large jobs as well. The advantage of digital print is in the detail you can get from this printing method. They are normally printed using large-format, high-volume inkjet type printers.

Silkscreen

Silkscreen process. is a print technique in which a mesh cloth is stretched over a part or piece, and then ink is applied, using a squeegee, through a stencil on the screen. This process can produce very crisp lines and vibrant colors without resolution loss. It is great for large scale processing, but can also be setup to run short runs as well. It is a very effective way to print a multicolor or single color design on to a fixture/display.

Branding

Branding is permanently marking, by way of heat, typically done on wood materials, but can also be used for plastic, cork, leather, etc. It has a very distinct and natural look, that can make a logo or company name look established. This has been a popular method of printing within the past few years, as wood has grown in popularity for the retail fixture industry.

Laser Engraving

Laser Engraving or Laser Etching is a manufacturing method, that uses a laser beam to cut into or etch the surface of a material. We can use lasers to cut and engrave anything from metal, wood, plastics, etc. This process is mostly used to create images of logos, information, or company names on the material, that may be seen at eye level. Laser engraving and cutting makes very clean borders and edges around the cut, but has a drawback of sometimes burning the material in the process.

Bead Blasting/Sanding

Bead blasting is the process of removing the surface of a material by using a high pressure blasting machine. We can use a specially designed decal or stencil, to blast away the top layers of material without damaging the surface around the area. It is used to create a unique look on many different types of substrates, such as metal, wood, plastic, stone, etc.