Acrylic Slatwall PhotosOur acrylic J-Rack shelves are perfect for customers who design their own shelving displays. These one-piece acrylic flat shelves fit into slat wall mounts and come in a range of standard sizes from 23 3/4”x5 ¼” to 47 3/4”x5 ¼” with custom sizes by request. All J-Rack shelves include a 1 ¼” high front lip and 6 ½” back. The functionality of these acrylic shelves allow the versatility and strength of a much heavier shelf while still being made from a light-weight plastic.

To offer the greatest durability, clarity, and stylish function, we use 1/8” acrylic to make your displays stand out and make a statement.

(1/8" Acrylic Includes 1 1/4" High Front lip and 6 1/2"Back)

 

Acrylic Slat Wall J-Rack Shelves Order Form:

Please enter the quantity in the box for the acrylic j-rack shelves that you would like to order.

Our client's information will not be used for any purpose other than intended by this form.

 
Model Insert Size Price Qty
5660a 23 3/4"W x 51/4"D $15.95
5661a 23 3/4"W x 51/4"D
w/10 degree Tilt
$17.05
5662a 35 3/4"W x 51/4"D $29.15
5663a 35 3/4"W x 51/4"D
w/10 degree Tilt
$30.25
5664a 47 3/4"W x 51/4"D $32.45
5665a 47 3/4"W x 51/4"D
w/10 degree Tilt
$33.55
5666d DIVIDERS $3.74

 

For quotes on large or custom orders, please fill out the form on this page.
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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.
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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...
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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.
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Step 4: Gluing the Assembly

The fourth step of the acrylic fabrication process is joining the finished pieces together.
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Step 5: Packaging

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