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    Propping Up - Small Prints

    Or large for that matter. Desk topes, end tables, etc.
    I've non-standard frame sizes in mind. Attached or
    shelf like supports. Any pointers as to where to
    do some shopping. I will check with FDI. Dan

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    Via the WWW and Google I searched for easels.
    Huge numbers of them. I May find a few
    that will do. Dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by dancqu View Post
    Or large for that matter. Desk topes, end tables, etc.
    I've non-standard frame sizes in mind. Attached or
    shelf like supports. Any pointers as to where to
    do some shopping. I will check with FDI. Dan
    Dan, I am afraid easels are not a product we carry yet. Most fully enclose the back of the frame are just manufactured in the standard frame sizes but I believe there some that can come with a smaller adhesive section that can be attached to an existing frame back. If you find something that you feel works well shoot me an email and I will consider adding it.

    Cheers,
    Mark

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    Dan, go to www.thelibrarystore.com and look for "Countertop Book and Media Easels". My wife is a librarian and she gets these for me all the time. Look at the small 2-wire and the standard 2-wire book easels. They're collapsible, inexpensive, and work very well as framed photo stands. The bottom support stays well concealed under the frame, rather than coming back up around the front of the frame. I use these to hold frames all the way up to 12x16 with no problem.

    Best Regards,

    Dave



 

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