Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2011 15:18:40

Author: Anthony Lapinski

Subject: Re: display case


Thanks for the suggestion. The cabinet needs to be wood and look nice in
our hallway as people walk by. With some horizontal shelves to display
some physics gadgets. writes:
>Why not talk to your local mega-chain supermarket and ask them where they
>get their deli or meat counter product display cases? They usually have a
>robust design that opens from the front so that you can easily change what
>is displayed. They might even have an old one in a warehouse that has a
>refrigeration unit or is excess to their needs or might be if you agree to
>put a prominent sign on the front thanking them for donating it to your
>worthy cause...
>-----Original Message-----
>From: [] On
>Behalf Of Anthony Lapinski
>Sent: Thursday, February 17, 2011 9:28 AM
>Subject: [tap-l] display case
>I teach in the high school and plan to get a hallway display case to
>highlight physics. I am wondering if any of you have such a thing and can
>recommend a case. I want it to be low enough so that our youngest students
>an have a look. I would also like it to have an outlet/light for any
>optics displays. How deep should it be? It will have a security lock.
>Cost is really not an issue. Just want something I can easily change every
>month to show different physics topics, awards, projects, etc.

From Thu Feb 17 15:47:01 2011