Sign Holder Assembly Instructions

 

Assembly Instruction

A Frame Sign Assembly

The USA A-Frame & USA A1A-Frame share the same basic assembly process. Both units utilize 2 identical molded A-Frame units and 2 identical length bungee cords. The larger USA A-Frame features an additional 10mm wide channel along the A-Frame sides for accommodating thicker substrates. Standard Assembly: Lay both A-Frame units...
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A1A Frame Assembly

The USA A1A-Frame design affords many possibilities for constructing a variety of sign shapes and sizes. The method of assembly illustrated here works for most common applications. Lay both A-Frame units on a flat surface with the substrate channels facing up. Attach the two bungee cords to each end cap...
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Hot Dog Stand Assembly

The three posts on the USA Hot Dog Stand are tapered to accommodate either corrugated plastic, cardboard, and even foam-core sign substrates. Simply line up the posts with the flutes in the corrugate or push into the foam of a center core sign face.
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Spider Stake Assembly

  The assembly procedures for the USA Spider Stake & USA Window Clip are very similar. Begin by placing the substrate on a flat surface holding it down with one hand. Lay the Spider-Stake on the same flat surface as shown and insert the spikes into the flutes, making sure...
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Step Frame Sign Assembly

Step Frame product available HERE. Begin your installation by noting the 4 sign face keepers at each inside corner of the frame and the 3 keepers along the bottom and sides of the frame. Each set of keepers is offset slightly, creating about a 4mm channel for capturing an 18”...
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Window Clip Assembly

The Window Clip has a slightly different design with evenly tapered spikes. The center or longest spike is designed to aid centering the sign face. Progressively shorter spikes simplify alignment to the other corrugated flutes during the insertion process. The remaining steps are identical to the Spider Stake assembly. Note:...
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