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New Product Launch at AGAM – New FH15

SEG graphics (Silicone Edge Graphics) allow people the freedom to create large prints that offer excellent image quality, color, portability and ease of installation. AGAM already had an extensive SEG product line to accommodate various designs and applications for SEG graphics, but recently we have had multiple requests to develop an extrusion that will allow non-AGAM structures to utilize SEG graphics. Feedback from customers is a genuine inspiration and a source for product development; such is the case with the new FH15 extrusion illustrated below:

 

New Product Launch at AGAM – New FH15

New Product Launch at AGAM – New FH15

Development of AGAM’s FH15

The FH15 extrusion was specifically designed to screw on a flat surface. The outside channel helps center and drive a screw while creating a silicone groove on the side of said surface. With this surface, you can include a SEG graphic.

New Product Launch at AGAM – New FH15

New Product Launch at AGAM – New FH15

 

To adapt the FH15 to AGAM’s VS76 and VS108 extrusions, we have developed the FH S-Clip. To use with the VS76 extrusion, the slot nearest to the front of the clip is used, and the furthest slot is for use with the VS108. The clip itself can be installed anywhere along the channel and is held in place by the PR1/PR2 combination. Simply hold the S-Clip where you want it installed; insert the PR1/PR2 combination into the channel, slide into place and turn the PR1 thumbscrew to tighten. The use of the PR1 thumbscrew is important because it means that installation and adjustments require no tooling.

New Product Launch at AGAM – New FH15

AGAM S-Clip

Examples of the FH15 and FH S-Clip in use:

New Product Launch at AGAM – New FH15

FH15 mounted to VS76

New Product Launch at AGAM – New FH15

FH15 mounted to VS76

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Detailed specifications of the FH S-Clip:

New Product Launch at AGAM – New FH15

New Product Launch at AGAM – New FH15

New Product Launch at AGAM – New FH15

New Product Launch at AGAM – New FH15

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Together these two new products are capable of creating a SEG (Silicone Edge Graphic) frame on virtually any surface! Stay tuned for the upcoming blog on the FH90, which can be used in conjunction with the FH15!

AGAM Aluminum Modular System Can Help You

AGAM offers unparalleled manufacturing and specialized fabrication services. With a vast 110,000 square foot production facility, AGAM provides all its services under one roof in the United States. With AGAM Systems, design possibilities are infinite. So, if you are looking to make improvements to any environment, AGAM has a solution for you. Email us at info@agam.com or give us a call, toll-free, for more information at 1-800-645-0854.

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AGAM Design of the Week: Verizon

AGAM Design of the Week: Verizon

AGAM Design of the Week: Verizon

With the AGAM System, design possibilities are infinite. So, to help with creative inspiration, AGAM wanted to stoplight some of our favorite designs to help you visualize what is possible with our system.

Using the FH2001 Extrusion for the Verizon Exhibit

The intention of this design idea was to capture Verizon’s brand identity into a physical form. In addition to form, close attention would need to be paid to color schemes and distribution.

By using the new FH2001 extrusion, which was designed for constructing lightboxes, AGAM built four different structures: a red check, representative of Verizon’s logo, which runs through the three black ascending boxes. In addition, the Verizon logo was placed on the third box.

AGAM uses SEG and LED to Complete the Look

The frames were designed with extrusions made for silicone-edge-graphics (SEG), so they can be quickly modified and switched out to update the look.

The red check was designed to be backlit using LED strips and the aluminum frame is powdercoated black to provide contrast while staying within Verizon’s color scheme. The checks is supported by three vertical posts that are bolted through the FH2001 frame and hidden inside of each of the black boxes. For proper installation and connections, customer miter connection was used to hold the frame together.

AGAM Design of the Week: Verizon

AGAM Design of the Week: Verizon

Additions to the Verizon Exhibit

In front of the structure is a simple display table that can be used for product demonstrations and information. It can also be easily modified to accommodate other AGAM accessories such as iPad mounts, literature holders, and monitors mounts. This type of display is perfect, not only for tradeshow environments, but also as a semi-permanent store fixture or point of purchase display for Verizon retail locations.

AGAM Design of the Week: Verizon

AGAM Design of the Week: Verizon

AGAM Can Build an Exhibit For You!

As innovative designers at AGAM, we are continually creating new extrusions and accessories to benefit our customers. The AGAM Aluminum Modular Display System’s components interlock to build attractive exhibits, displays, store fixtures, office environments or anything you imagination and creativity will allow! Email us at info@agam.com or give us a call, toll-free, for more information at 1-800-645-0854.

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AGAM Predicts Trends for 2015

While we know that most marketing money is moving towards social media, few know that the marketing budget is for events, such as trade shows. Connecting with potential and current clients face-to-face is a great way to market and engage with your consumers. So, as 2014 wraps up, AGAM wants to give you a few ideas to look forward to in the future of the tradeshow industry, and what you can do to get more clients.

AGAM Will Create Structural Booths with Bigger Profiles

The saying “bigger is better” resounds with many of our clients. It is the easiest way to stand out in a hall full of exhibit displays. Here are a few of the trends our Industrial Designers and Project Coordinators are forecasting for 2015: integrated technology, curving extrusions, integration of fabric with backlit displays and tool-free setup.

Integrated Technology

AGAM has already designed and developed various structures for our clients that include mounts for monitors and stands for iPads. The integration of technology into exhibit displays allows customers to go to the next level. Touch screen devices make it easier for clients to peruse catalogs and learn more about their products.

Curves

AGAM operates two CNC controlled roller benders. These benders work by introducing pressure and creating a “pinch” as material is driven through the roll sets. This force is applied by changing the distance between the top roll and the bottom two rolls. At AGAM, we can incorporate various radii in one pass, going from straight to curve, and then back to straight or even arches. Curves will take your display to the next level.

Integration of Fabric with Backlit Displays and Tool-free Set Up

AGAM has developed a number of SEG Extrusions that allow for versatility and reusability with displays. Integrating fabric into exhibits has and will continue to become popular because it can be exchanged with a new design, saving companies time and money. Another reason integrating fabric will be trending in 2015 is because it is an easy way to cover channels to hide various extrusions. We’ve seen many clients want to create seamless, clean, modern displays, and this is accomplished with SEG fabric. AGAM also has Pliko, a backlit, tool-free SEG Exhibit. Pliko is great because it has no loose pieces, and no tools are required. It takes less than 10 minutes to set up.

Color and Powder Coating at AGAM

With the economy showing multiple upward trends, we see custom vibrant colors being in high demand. We have recently doubled our powder coating capability and can provide our customers with a quick turn around on all projects; large, small, stock, or custom. We also offer most colors in different textures so that you can fulfill your customers’ project requirements.

AGAM Can Help You in 2015

As innovative designers at AGAM and industry leaders in the aluminum modular design space, we are always creating new extrusions and accessories to benefit our customers. The AGAM Aluminum Modular Display System’s components interlock to build attractive exhibits, displays, store fixtures, office environments or anything you imagination and creativity will allow! With AGAM’s 110,000 square foot production facility, we can provide all services under one roof in the United States. Email us at info@agam.com or give us a call, toll-free, for more information at 1-800-645-0854.

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AGAM Spotlight – Xavier Decludt, Founder and President

AGAM founder and president, Xavier , was the driving force in bringing the AGAM Aluminum Modular System to the United States in 1983. As Decludt describes it, “with humble beginnings and a key business philosophy of empowering employees,” Decludt brought a new concept, modularity, and a new material, aluminum, to the display industry in America.

The company grew, regardless of the recessions in 2001 and 2007. It was through the innovation that pushed businesses during the recessions to re-evaluate their business models that AGAM flourished.

Decludt has led AGAM on a dynamic path for the past three decades, creating an environment that supports current employees while actively seeking the best in young talent. As a result, AGAM continues to innovate in new product development, leading the aluminum modular system industry and creating trends, while also providing the most effective solutions to common client problems.

Decludt, who is originally from France, insisted on bringing his company to the United States because of its entrepreneurial spirit.  The United States is notorious for being open to new businesses, ideas, and thought leaders, which is precisely what AGAM is, a thought leader.

Below is a conversation Decludt had with his business banker. It summarizes exactly how Decludt runs AGAM and how the community views him – reliable, precise, and knowledgable.


Is the president of AGAM a dinosaur? Or, more exactly, is AGAM a dinosaur? We’ll let you decide for yourselves.

Here is an abstract of a conversation between Xavier Decludt, founder and president of AGAM and his business banker, during a tour of the AGAM facility.

Banker: You know, Xavier, there is something I really like about your business. It’s that I understand exactly what you do. You receive raw material, process it and ship it in boxes and or on pallets. I can see it with my own two eyes.

Xavier: Well, if it were only that simple…What AGAM has today is the result of several years developing and fine-tuning a business model that is geared toward our customers.

Banker: What amazes me most compared to other clients of mine is that I physically see on the floor what I read in your financials. I see bundles and bundles of aluminum extrusions, and I see an extensive parts room with bins full of accessories and screws.

Xavier: As the industry got more sophisticated, we had to acquire new technology and gain new areas of expertise. We bought complex machinery and equipment, one at a time. We developed and mastered each new process before moving onto the next big transformation. This practice required many years of extensive training for our employees, some even traveling out-of-state for weeks at a time. This progression does not happen overnight, this is a daily discipline, and a team effort, requiring patience from our employees, customers, and suppliers.

Banker: Yes, I see that machinery and equipment is a growing asset in your balance sheet. But, can you explain why you did not pause during the recession and instead continued buying equipment? This is kind of odd, isn’t it?

Xavier: There is a simple logic behind that. I believe when times are good, you have to remember that a slowdown period is around the corner. When the economy is challenging, you need to prepare for the time of recovery, because there is always a recovery and you better be ready. If takes time to develop new products, to become proficient in new manufacturing techniques, so you better start during the recession. What I have learned from past recessions such as in 2001 is that the market shifts and opportunities are here to be grabbed — AGAM is ready to respond to the new expectations from the market.

Banker: So, where do you see the economy heading?

Xavier: Awe, the million dollar question…We can read all day long in various newspapers and magazines the confidential outlook as disclosed by experts, dampened that things are not turing around and not getting back to where they were. But, I think most of our customers strategically maneuver through these difficult times and AGAM is like them. We are not an aircraft carrier; we are capable of adapting and adjusting quickly. Just like the economy, the way we do business is never going to go back to where it was. It will be different. We have a lot of customers who acknowledge this new economy. And quite frankly, I am impressed by how they have restructured their business models to be quite successful in these new times.

Banker: Can you be more precise? I have so many customers who complain of meager margins and negative growth.

Xavier: Of course, in the world, you cannot hide behind a computer screen. Instead you have to get your feet wet. I see people taking charge; instead of shuffling a couple of emails I see people analyzing their customers’ needs, taking the time to listen, and preparing unique solutions. I see our customers working very closely with their vendors, making sure they deliver a valuable and yet affordable product. And sure enough, they end up being successful in the marketplace.

Banker: Well, you definitely do not do things the way most of my clients do, but I can tell that from your financials with solid and steady growth, and plenty of new machines in your building. Are you planning to buy more of these in 2015?

Xavier: Absolutely! Int he past few years, we bought another double head cutting center, we bought a new oven for our paint line, and we just purchased another extrusion machining center, just to mention a few key new additions. And in 2015, we have multiple fields of expertise we will get into, providing more valuable technologies and services to our customers.

Banker[whispering to his colleague] This is definitely not happening every day; sort of a dinosaur, wouldn’t you agree?

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2014 Trends at AGAM

During 2014, at AGAM, we were confronted to a large number of creative designs to be fabricated with the AGAM System. Our teams of Industrial Designers and Project Coordinators were able to provide fully engineered solutions to our clients as well as support the fabrication specialists in the plant. We asked the teams what some of their favorite projects were for 2014. Check out what they said!

AGAM’s Aluminum Cladding System

Booth Solutions Using Aluminum Cladding System

Jonathan Knight and Theron Williams worked on a large-scale exhibit at the beginning of 2014 that highlighted AGAM’s Aluminum Cladding System. The Aluminum Cladding System creates a bold and contemporary interior environment, perfect for booths that are trying to stand out in the crowd.

Jonathan and Theron built two structures, within a two-week turnaround. The structure was 16 feet tall by 70 feet wide, including two large conference rooms. This exhibit was significantly larger than typical booths.

2014 Trends at AGAM

AGAM Aluminum Cladding System

Once the structure was drawn, and the customer approved it, Jonathan and Theron specified flat black powder coating that gave the exhibit an architectural and contemporary look.

Possible Customizations with Aluminum Cladding System

The innovative system of interlocking brackets and panels allows for tool-free assembly on a VS45 extrusion frame. AGAM’s state-of-the-art production facility includes the latest manufacturing technologies that fully customize sizes and finishes to your exact specifications.

The Aluminum Cladding System is no different. AGAM has a water jet laser that allows the customizations of the aluminum panels. The laser can cut out graphics, emblems, or logos to take your booth to the next level and make you stand out from your competitors. We understand why Jonathan and Theron chose this project as their favorite for 2014! What are your thoughts?

Specialty End Milling for Customizable Designs

Booth Solutions Using Specialty End Milling

Gabriel Baleanu and Alexandra Hart worked on another large-scale exhibit in 2014. However, they adapted their extrusions for fabric panels using AGAM’s Specialty End Milling. Specialty End Milling results in creating intricate and visually appealing designs.

Gabriel and Alexandra created a 30-foot wide by 40-foot long structure that required a lot of custom work with fabric panel extrusions. The customer wanted fabric panels running along either side of the display as well as on the ceiling. However, there was no easy way to connect the canopy to the larger panels, so they had to use the Specialty End Milling to adapt the extrusion for fabric.

How Does Specialty End Milling Work?

Specialty End Milling is the action by which the end of the extrusion can be milled to different shapes, using various cutting heads. In this case, the extrusion was running the wrong way. So, Gabriel and Alexandra milled off the fin to get it to fit flush against the panel. By milling off the fin, this allowed them to provide support while also giving the impression that the panel was floating.

Gabriel and Alexandra were successful in completely this customized panel after communicating with the client and creating various line drawings before producing the final product.

2014 Trends at AGAM

2014 Trends at AGAM

Drawing and Designing a Back Wall with SEG Fabric

Adaptable Booth Solutions for AGAM Client

Carla Cortbawi and Seth Grove worked on creating a back wall that highlighted the use of SEG fabric in 2014. What made this project standout to them was that the client wanted the wall to be adaptable to different sizes. So, Carla and Seth created a 30-foot wall that could break down into a 20 by 10 and a 10 by 10, allowing for versatility and reusability for their client.

2014 Trends at AGAM

30×10-foot Back Wall with SEG Fabric

2014 Trends at AGAM

20×10-foot Back Wall with SEG Fabric

2014 Trends at AGAM

10×10-foot Back Wall with SEG Fabric

Along with the adaptable back wall, the client wanted monitors to be flush with the fabric. So, Carla and Seth created an inner structure within the wall. The client also wanted access to the monitors, so the team had to fit a door into the SEG fabric to access the monitors from behind, which was something new in 2014.

Client Visit and Collaboration with AGAM

While AGAM teams are in constant communication with the clients, it is sometimes difficult to communicate ideas over the phone. In this case, the client flew down to AGAM’s plant to meet with Carla and Seth to finish ironing out the details. While the client was at AGAM, Carla was able to complete the drawings due to collaboration on the stop. Carla and Seth completed the project within the customer’s specifications. This project was a perfect opportunity to work closely with the client and to strengthen what looks like a promising beneficial and long lasting relationship.

AGAM’s Capabilities All-In-One Project

We’ve highlighted the Aluminum Cladding System, the Specialty End Milling Solutions, and SEG Fabric. But now, we are going to focus on a project that highlights a variety of AGAM’s capabilities.

SEMA Show and AGAM

Adam Frederick and Oscar Sandoval worked with a client who, every year, creates a new design and new theme for the SpeciSEMAalty Equipment Marketing Association (SEMA) show. SEMA is a trade association consisting of a diverse group of manufacturers, distributors, retailers, publishing companies, auto restorers, street-rod builders, re-stylers, car clubs, race teams and more. These individuals buy, sell and use all kinds of specialty parts and accessories to make vehicles more attractive, more unique, more convenient, faster, safer, more fun and even like new again.

Adam and Oscar used AGAM System’s powder coating, SEG fabric, and aluminum to create the client’s display. One of the main focuses was “hiding” the structure using SEG fabric to cover the extrusions.

Client Understood AGAM System

Since the client was familiar with the AGAM System, Adam and Oscar did not have to re-engineer their rendering since they used the AGAM profile to create the exhibit. This 40 by 40 display highlighted AGAM’s FH1490 Extrusion that is used to hold SEG fabric. Another fun fact about this project is that the client’s exhibit design was nominated for best of show, and Adam and Oscar helped make that happen!

AGAM Works to Fulfill All Your Customized Display Needs

At AGAM, we do our best to make the customer’s visions come to life. The AGAM Aluminum Modular Display System is engineered around a broad range of extrusions and accessories. We use these components to build attractive exhibits, displays, store fixtures, office environments or anything your imagination and creativity will allow!

We can’t wait to see what 2015 has in store! If you have a design that you want to see brought to life, contact AGAM today! Email us at info@agam.com or give us a call, toll-free, for more information at 1-800-645-0854.

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New Product Launch at AGAM – The Lightbox Extrusion, FH2001

AGAM has created a team infrastructure that we believe best serves the needs of our customers: providing superior client service as well as design in the aluminum modular system industry. Moreover, with many of our product lines, AGAM continues to develop and refine our system to better suit customers’ wants and needs. The most recent being an addition to the Fabric Holding series: the FH2001. Below is the FH2001 Extrusion. The rendering to the right is just one of the ways you can use the FH2001 to enhance your displays. Continue reading to find out how AGAM has used the FH2001 Extrusion.

New Product Launch at AGAM – The Lightbox Extrusion, FH2001

New Product Launch at AGAM – The Lightbox Extrusion, FH2001

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Concept Development of AGAM’s FH2001

The FH2001 is an eight-inch (200mm) deep extrusion that can be engineered to construct custom-sized lightboxes. Here are the most important design objectives AGAM followed when creating the FH2001:New Product Launch at AGAM – The Lightbox Extrusion, FH2001

  • A slim, sturdy 200mm profile
  • Double-sided Silicone Edge Graphic (SEG) frame
  • Option between hard panel and fabric diffusers
  • Multiple light configuration possibilities

AGAM manufactured a small sample using existing extrusions. There are two different sized miter and inline connectors for the FH2001: small and large. The smaller version is intended for frames of 6’x6’ or less, and the larger versions are for frames of 6’x6’ or more.

Development of AGAM’s Lightbox Extrusion FH2001

Because of the slim profile of FH2001, the lights can be mounted very close to the edge of the frame, creating large, fully backlit displays without dark edges. The internal channels are spaced so that the number of LED strips can be easily doubled for an extra bright display.

Testing Lightbox Extrusion FH2001 at AGAM

After the drawing was officially approved, and sample lengths of the FH2001 were received, our engineers built a full sized frame to test the strength, ease of assembly, and lighting effects. They also began determining the best way to incorporate different accessory pieces, such as base plates, side legs, and corner braces. All of these would be used to provide additional strength and stability, which is necessary for large-scale frames.

The best way to attach the base plate was to manufacture a custom plate with two holes. By lining up the two outer channels on the FH2001, this would secure the base plate to the rest of the light box.

Connections are made with carriage bolts, washers, and nuts, just like any other FH frame. By adding the second hole in the base, the bolts do not interfere with the LED strips in the center channel.

Successful Creation of AGAM’s Lightbox Extrusion FH2001

The extra depth of the FH2001 frame creates space between the graphic and LEDs, so the light is appropriately diffused and evenly spaced.

Below are some design ideas that demonstrate various applications of the FH2001.

New Product Launch at AGAM – The Lightbox Extrusion, FH2001

New Product Launch at AGAM – The Lightbox Extrusion, FH2001

AGAM Aluminum Modular System Can Help You

AGAM offers unparalleled manufacturing and specialized fabrication services. With a vast 110,000 square foot production facility, AGAM provides all its services under one roof in the United States. With AGAM Systems, design possibilities are infinite. So, if you are looking to make improvements to any type of environment, such as a conference room (as in our case), AGAM has a solution for you.  Email us at info@agam.com or give us a call, toll-free, for more information at 1-800-645-0854.

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Grudging Extrusion VO108 to Fit Seamlessly Around Extrusion VR188

Grudging Extrusion VO108 to Fit Seamlessly Around Extrusion VR188

Customer’s drawing of the cube structure they wanted to build that would require grudging of extrusion VO108 to accomplish a seamless connection to extrusion VR188.

AGAM has created a team infrastructure that we believe best serves the needs of our customers: providing superior client service, as well as design in the aluminum modular system industry. Moreover, with many of our product lines, AGAM continues to develop and refine our system to better suit customers’ wants and needs. The most recent being a new fabrication technique: grudging extrusion VO108 to fit seamlessly around extrusion VR188.

New Fabrication Techniques at AGAM

Grudging Extrusion VO108 to Fit Seamlessly Around Extrusion VR188

Extrusion VR188

Sometimes, AGAM requires its employees to learn new fabrication techniques in order produce the designs submitted by our customers. Having creative minds, our clients come up with some of the most innovative ways of using our system in their designs.

For instance, a customer sent us a drawing of a 20 x 20 booth that used the VR188 extrusion for the verticals and VO108 extrusion for the horizontals.

Although most of the extrusions in the AGAM system connect seamlessly together, to connect these two extrusions we needed to think outside of the box. As you can see below, one is a round extrusion, and the other is an oval extrusion.

If we were to use the traditional approach, the result would be functional but not aesthetically pleasing.

AGAM Solution: Grudging Extrusions

Grudging Extrusion VO108 to Fit Seamlessly Around Extrusion VR188

Extrusion VO108

The solution was to grudge the VO108 so that when it is connected to the VR188, the result is a seamless connection. Grudging is shaping the end or ends of an extrusion neatly to fit the contours of an adjoining member. We had done this numerous times with our smaller round profiles shown below:

Even though we had never done a grudge with the larger VO108 extrusion, AGAM made it possible. The Project Coordinator discussed it with the Industrial Designer, who was excited to give it a try, so he drew the concept using AutoCAD, and it looked possible.

With only one round of testing, we were able to grudge the extrusion VO108 successfully, so it connected correctly with the extrusion VR188. A custom CBX connector was needed to ensure a proper fit and secure connection.

Although most of the extrusions in the AGAM system connect seamlessly together, to connect these two extrusions we needed to think outside of the box. As you can see below, one is a round extrusion and the other is an oval extrusion. If we were to use the traditional approach, the result would be functional but not aesthetically pleasing.

AGAM Solution: Grudging Extrusions

The solution was to grudge the VO108 so that when it is connected to the VR188, the result is a seamless connection. Grudging is shaping the end or ends of an extrusion neatly to fit the contours of an adjoining member. We had done this numerous times with our smaller round profiles shown below:

Grudging Extrusion VO108 to Fit Seamlessly Around Extrusion VR188

This what the connection looks like without grudging the extrusion VO108, so that it fits seamlessly around the surface of extrusion VR188. As you can see,there is a space between the two extrusions.

Grudging Extrusion VO108 to Fit Seamlessly Around Extrusion VR188

This is what the connection looks like with extrusion VO108 grudged so that it fits seamlessly around extrusion VR188.

The Process at AGAM

Even though we had never done a grudge with the larger VO108 extrusion, AGAM made it possible. The Project Coordinator discussed it with the Industrial Designer, who was excited to give it a try, so he drew the concept using AutoCAD, and it looked possible.

Grudging Extrusion VO108 to Fit Seamlessly Around Extrusion VR188

These are the typical smaller profile extrusions that are grudged to accomplish seamless connections to round extrusions.

With only one round of testing, we were able to grudge the extrusion VO108 successfully, so it connected correctly with the extrusion VR188. A custom CBX connector was needed to ensure a proper fit and secure connection.

Grudging Extrusion VO108 to Fit Seamlessly Around Extrusion VR188

Top view drawing of extrusion VO108 that is grudged to fit seamlessly around extrusion VR188.

Grudging Extrusion VO108 to Fit Seamlessly Around Extrusion VR188

Top view of extrusion VO108 that is grudged to fit perfectly around extrusion VR188.

Creativity at AGAM Aluminum Modular System

AGAM offers unparalleled manufacturing and specialized fabrication services. With a vast 110,000 square foot production facility, AGAM provides all its services under one roof in the United States. With AGAM Systems, design possibilities are infinite. So, if you are looking to make improvements to any environment, such as a conference room (as in our case), AGAM has a solution for you. Email us at info@agam.com or give us a call, toll-free, for more information at 1-800-645-0854.

Grudging Extrusion VO108 to Fit Seamlessly Around Extrusion VR188

Side view drawing of extrusion VR188 grudged to fit around extrusion VO108

Grudging Extrusion VO108 to Fit Seamlessly Around Extrusion VR188

Side view of extrusion VR188 that was grudged to fit around extrusion VO108

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