Lock Types

           Security comes first, there are several different types of locks that can be installed on a showcase, from a mechanical locks to encrypted electronic key cards.                   We provide the mechanical locks from Lehmann® and digital locks from Hafele®,These are all Germany brands. 


            Lehmann locking systems are based on the principle of the exchangeable cylinder-system. Depending on the requirement, our standard key-range allows up                  to 1.000 different master-key capable combinations. The wide product range covers all showcases and display cabinets applications. The modular range of                      accessories, from rosettes, turn-handles up to a variety of system components, allows a maximum degree of customization.


           The HAFELE Dialock furniture terminal DFT/B is part of the Dialock electronic locking system. It is the central unit for the electro-mechanical locking systems for             furniture such as showcases, drawers, lockers and roller shutters. In the case of dialocks, a sufficient number of user cards can be provided to ensure that all of               the staff has a key card.

          The Basics of UV Bonding Glass

           UV bonding, as the name suggests, requires the use of an adhesive. The type of adhesive is very specific to the job and is called a UV curing adhesive. Through               UV bonding, we can attach glass parts to make the amazing glass showcases.

           There are two common types of bonding pieces of glass where they connect, 90° UV bonding and 45° UV bonding. 90° UV bonding is easier to manufacturer                 and hence cheaper. While more difficult to manufacture, 45° bonding provides a much more seamless look and is less distracting to a customer.

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         UV Printing

           UV printing is a form of digital printing, once a graphic is created using the respective software, the UV printer will transfer a high resolution, picture-perfect                   image onto almost any surfaces. As the printer distributes ink on the surface of a materials, the UV lights follow close behind drying and curing the ink instantly,             the dots of wet ink do not get a chance to spread out once printed, resulting in much finer detail. The UV cured inks are weather-resistant and offer increased                 resistance to fading.

           UV printing on nontraditional materials like acrylic, glass, wood, metal, marble, light box and plastic is a revolutionary technology, the finished products are                     high-quality and uniform in appearance, professional results at a low cost per print. In addition, since they dry immediately and release no VOC's into the                       environment, the UV printing is considered a green technology, safe for the environment and leaving an almost zero carbon footprint.