Our client wanted displays to use at events such as the Super Bowl and World Series and at major retailers. (Our proudest placement was at the famous FAO Schwarz toy store in New York City.)
The project started with whiteboard sketches and refined until we created a cardboard mock up to review the display with the customer.
Our goal was to attract attention and to have the users feel like they were interacting with a special superhero machine. We built the actual model out of steel and real brass rivets — just like a WWII bomber. Notice the pockets in front and sides for pallet jacks or forklifts — mobility was important.
The requirement was, in addition to looking great, that the display contains the customer’s proprietary camera equipment, a large computer touch screen, lights, and sound.
We went back to old-school lathe work to get our shields just right. We made these shields out of aluminum. This shield is being prepped for powder coating to add the red, white and blue.
Finishing touches of a different style of a shield made of steel and shaped on a CNC press brake.
Finished assembly on display.
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