History of the company: Modern Plastics Designs started from humble beginnings. I originally started the business out of a basement. Three years later we got to the point where we needed more space. So that’s when we obtained our first small facility. Our first large customer was Demco. They are a large library supplier located in Wisconsin hard to believe we have been doing business with them for over twenty years.

Two more years down the road we again expanded. Around that time the internet first started showing its face. We jumped on the band wagon immediately. Right now almost three quarter of our sales are generated off the web. We do carry a stock product line but the neat part about the web is we get a lot of custom stuff to do.

We have been around for twenty years now. I have always prided my self on our customer service. Our plastic or acrylic fabrication process is tried and true. Believe me I learned the hard way trial and error. I think our acrylic or plastic displays are what they are suppose to be. An attractive and functional display.

Give our company the chance to make an acrylic or plastic display you can be proud of.

Sincerely Gary Harrington Owner

MPD Acrylics proudly provides customers with a broad range of plastic and acrylic sign-holders, slat wall trays/bins, display easels, and other custom-fabricated products.
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Manufacturing Process

Step 1: Raw Materials

The acrylic display fabrication process begins with full 4’ x 8’ sheets of acrylic material.

Step 2: Cutting the Acrylic
The second step of the acrylic display fabrication process involves cutting the material down to a size that is a little more manageable for us...

Step 3: Bending the Pieces

The third step of the acrylic process is the actual bending or forming of the shape of the finished product.

Step 4: Gluing the Assembly

The fourth step of the acrylic fabrication process is joining the finished pieces together.

Step 5: Packaging

The final step of the acrylic display fabrication process is getting your order to you in one piece.