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Trade Show Cases

Trade show displays demand many different styles of cases for safe transport. Cases by Source manufactures a stock line of booth cases, graphics cases, jumbo cases, and panel cases to meet your specific needs.

When a stock case does not meet your requirements, custom ATA cases with unlimited design choices can be produced for just one unit — no tooling charges!

Plasma screens incorporated in many trade show exhibits require protection during transit. Our family of flat screen monitor cases — both rugged rotationally molded plasma screen cases and fabricated ATA panel cases fit 20"- 50" plasma and LCD screens and withstands maximum impact resistance for safe shipment. Some of the fabricated ATA panel cases contain a built-in power cord and a hydraulic lift so you can use the LCD screen in the case.

From signage and accessories to plasma screens and graphics, our tradeshow cases will accommodate your every requirement. Contact one of our sales engineers for a free consultation.

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    Plasma, LCD Screen Cases
    Plasma, LCD Screen Cases
    Protect your flat panel monitors during transit; make sure they arrive at your destination operational.
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    Booth in a Box Trade Show Cases
    Booth in a Box Trade Show Cases
    A large ATA shipping case that converts into a trade show booth — no more renting tables and waiting after the show for your packing materials.
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    Custom ATA Cases
    Custom ATA Cases

    Options are endless; we will manufacture a rugged transit case to your exact specifications. All cases will exceed ATA 300, Category 1.

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    Graphics Cases
    Graphics Cases
    Graphics cases are rotationally molded from rugged polyethylene; they transport your graphics and trade show displays safely to their location.
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    Jumbo Trade Show Shipping Cases
    Jumbo Trade Show Shipping Cases
    Jumbo cases are rotationally molded from rugged polyethylene to transport your graphics and large display systems safely.
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    Panel Cases
    Panel Cases
    A series of highly economical, yet tough reusable shipping cases for larger flat items such as graphics panels and signage.

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  • Case Study: Dental Display Case

    The Challenge

    Representatives from a well-respected dental company found Source’s exhibit at an industry trade show. They were looking to develop an updated, dynamic and sophisticated presentation for their traditional instrumentation. The innovative tools and accessories they brought to the exhibition had been presented on a sheath of black velvet draped over a flat surface; the display didn’t make the impact they were aiming for, nor did it highlight the time-honored company’s achievements.

    The Response

    Considering the client’s aesthetic and functional needs, we recommended a modular system of custom wood cases outfitted with foam inserts to highlight their products’ style and diversity. Cases By Source’s wood cases have a sophisticated and polished look that provides an excellent solution for a wide range of products. The cases not only make an elegant, reusable presentation, but also offer organization and protection. Custom interiors are fabricated from wood, plastic, fabric or foam. Logos can be silk screened or laser burned, and interiors can be customized from routed wood or die-cut foam, or lined with satin or velvet.

    The Solution

    The client sent us tools for measurement and a set of marked photographs and layout instructions to ensure the most professionally sensible arrangement in the case’s interior. The tools were separated into three categories—slow, high speed, and accessories— each of which needed its own case. We modeled the solutions in our 3-D CAD design software, and then manufactured a series of maple wood cases with a cherry stain and lacquered finish. The top edge of the case was routed for a lift-off lid that fits into the recess, and the interior was customized with a die-cut cross-linked foam insert. Each cavity was layered to a carefully measured height so all components would rest on the same level, and we also added holes in the bottom for dowels, enabling the client to tilt the displays for better viewing angles and a more dynamic presentation.

  • Case Study: Wooden Surgical Instrument Display Case

    The Challenge

    A medical device manufacturer needed cases to display their surgical products in accordance with user feedback. They wanted a stylish case that would allow the sales force to make a dynamic presentation.

    The Response

    Our sales and engineering team worked with the customer to develop 30 different kits featuring all the tools used in medical procedures…a few hundred components in all. For the initial kits, Source received all the parts that needed to be incorporated into the presentation. More recently, we were provided with CAD drawings of the parts which provided enough technical information to allow us to propose the optimal layout even though the physical pieces were not available.

    The Solution

    Source designed a series of wood cases fabricated from maple with a cherry stain and lacquered finish. The top edge of the case was routed to fit a lift-off lid in the recess. Both the lid and front panel were laser engraved with the company identification and logo. The interior was fitted with a die-cut flocked foam insert; each cavity was layered to the appropriate height so the components would lie at the same level. Photo-etched aluminum labels were inserted into foam cavities to identify each product. As products are updated and new ones are introduced, they can be quickly incorporated into the new system.

  • Case Study: Booth in a Box Trade Show Case

    The Challenge

    Tired of waiting after trade shows for our shipping crates, and observing trade show exhibitors’ poor packing habits and insufficient product protection inspired us to create a better solution for clients who needed a more efficient method of transport for displays and merchandise.

    The Response

    Inspired by cases we've made for the military—the ones that allow our troops to set up impromptu workstations and communication posts in the field—we designed a case that not only functions as a shipping container, but also as convertible exhibit fixtures.

    The Solution

    For a recent trade show, we packed a 10’ x 10’ booth’s contents in two of our new 48” x 28” x 30” Booth in a Box trade show cases. We designed the case lids to transform into tables, placed them next to the bases, and draped them to make standard 8’ tables. We used the 14.39 cubic feet—per case—of interior storage space for ancillary literature, coats, tools, and other non-essentials. And while we watched our fellow exhibitors inventory their freight and battle "popcorn," bubble wrap, packing tape, and banged-up corrugated containers, we simply removed the protective plastic wrap from our cases’ exteriors, lifted the lids, assembled the tables, and unpacked and placed our materials. All in less than half the time it took other exhibitors to set up the same size booths. At the end of the trade show, we packed the cases, folded down the table legs into the lid, placed the lids on the cases, and left for the airport…back home an entire day early.

  • Case Study: Spinal Implant Sales Case

    The Challenge

    A client’s sales team was tasked with presenting to the time-starved medical community an array of complex, fragile spinal implants designed for intricate, life-altering surgeries. The gym bags and cardboard boxes the sales force had previously been using consumed valuable time during visits with doctors; the packages were clumsy and unprofessional, and made quick inventory impossible. The client challenged Source to design a protective presentation case solution that would be as compelling as the product — and as efficient as the doctors needed the pitch to be.

    The Response

    We wanted to help our client build a professional and well-thought-out presentation mechanism—one in which the parts would be protected and easily accessible, and one that would also help make wise use of the limited time the sales consultants had with healthcare professionals. Custom soft-sided cases provide an attractive, versatile, and lightweight option for presentation, organization, and protection of valuable merchandise. They are perfect for sales demonstrations and can be fitted with a number of value-added options.

    The Solution

    We produced a padded canvas, cloth bound, soft-sided case with three-color embroidered branding, metal-reinforced carrying handles, and a removable shoulder strap with adjustable hardware and metal snap hooks. The inside lid boasted a clear vinyl pocket stitched to form two separate display sections with zipper closures. A removable cross-linked polyethylene foam tray was fitted into the bottom of the case, with 36 compartments of two different sizes for product organization. Taking into account the delicate nature of the company’s products, we designed the tray with a step so that products would be flush with the top level of the step to ensure protection from impact and also easily accessed during a demonstration.

  • Case Study: Medical Instrument Trade Show Display

    The Challenge

    Representatives from a leading medical device company wanted to combine a sales demo case with a trade show display case to make a convenient and portable carrying case for comprehensive presentations. The case had to be large enough to hold literature and a variety of medical tools and it also had to account for the delicate nature of its contents and the client’s need to effectively showcase them.

    The Response

    Our stock cases proved too big and unwieldy for this project so we chose an Alumiwrap case for a compact, custom footprint and a sleek, minimalist aesthetic.

    The Solution and Results

    The case exterior was silkscreened with two PMS color-matched logos for branding and the interior was lined with foam to fit two solid maple trays. Each tray held a custom foam insert routed to the precise measurements of the instrumentation and was laser engraved with the company’s logo and product description. Handles were cut into the bottom tray for easy removal and access to the client’s literature hidden beneath. The top tray was designed with a tapered angle to better showcase the client’s display in the open case. To secure the client’s smaller instruments, a piece of Plexiglas was friction fit into the foam for protection and an added visual effect—a finger notch was cut for removal of the plastic.