Snap frames are a popular type of frame for posters. These are front loading anodized aluminum frames, which, unlike the usual clip frames, posters can easily be changed without having to take the frame off the wall. They are perfect for quick change messages. These changeable frames meet a range of graphic, advertising, display, and signage applications, both indoors and outdoors.
Our smaller snap frames can be screwed on to a wall, hung like a picture frame, suspended in windows or placed on a reception desk. Larger snap frames would work perfectly in hospitals, schools, shops, and offices. They are also great for shopping center, sidewalk, and subway advertising. One common use of snap frames is for displaying new products that would be changed regularly. They can be used practically anywhere you want to place a poster that would be protected from inadvertent damage or vandalism.
Snap Frames can be created in custom sizes up to 48″x 60″ and common sizes such as 8.5 x 11, 16″ x 24″ or 24″ x 32″ Call us to see if your size is available in a back-lite version. Let us assist you with the graphics and other sign details.
Anodized aluminum spring loaded frame is used to protect graphic image with a frame that snaps open on four sides.
Allow quick changing of graphic images with protection from the elements and vandalism
Illuminated versions require connection to 120 volt AC power source.
The price of our snap frames varies from about $80.00 to $600.00 with one poster inside depending on size, material, and quantity of your order. Contact us for a competitive quote. Of course, we would be very happy to answer any other question you might have regarding this product and the pricing that we provide. We offer volume discounts on select orders!
We will need the approximate size of your snap frame, your preferred graphic material for the frame, as well as the location where you intend to install it. The poster graphics and lettering in .pdf, .eps or .ai formats is also required. If an installation is needed, we would ask for the address, the exact location where you want the frame, as well as the type of mounting surface and permission to drill if required.