At a recent industry trade show, Connecticut-based foamboard manufacturer Gilman Brothers featured a display booth made completely out of its INFINITY product line, which was rolled out last fall in the biggest product launch in the company’s 118-year-old history.
Using INFINITY boards, the booth was made out of 100 percent recyclable styrene foamboard that is manufactured in the U.S. One hundred percent of the raw materials used to make the board came from the U.S. as well.
The idea behind the trade show booth was to display how versatile and adaptable the INFINITY product is, according to the company. INFINITY boards may be printed, scored and shipped flat, then hand-bent and converted into 3D self-supporting POP signage or into full blown presentation as a showcase booth.
INFINITY is available in thickness ranges from 3/16” to 1”, in sheet sizes 16” x 20” to 60” x 192” as well as custom sizes. The smooth surface eliminates pre-production cleaning and preparation and the product is a featured member of Gilman Brothers’ new ColorOne white point management system. The company adds that the foam is 2 ½ times the density of competing foams.