We at Sing Core are so fortunate to support the arts by providing museums and galleries with the best Eco-friendly museum displays and art display materials in the world which are capable of protecting sensitive works art.
Sensitive love storage bays, large art cabinets, and display materials with Sing Core inside are carefully constructed of low volatile organic compounds (VOC) yet have the most unique design characteristics which are not limited in size or scope.
One such project included 10 ft tall cabinets which are for storing sensitive items in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), located at 151 3rd St, San Francisco, CA 94103, supporting the arts in all aspects from storage to visual presentation.
If you visit the SFMOMA, you might enjoy visiting Jeff Koon’s $58.4 million balloon dog on display.
Due to the lightweight and high strength of Sing museum wall panels, entire display spaces can be reconfigured easily to control traffic flow for special projects or travelling displays, which are designed to be used over and over again without risk of compromising the visual impact of perfectly straight lines.
Only with the invention of patented Sing Core can museum walls be so easily assembled, disassembled, transported, stored, even reconfigured live in between showings.
And size? Size is no problem, anything from 10 ft tall warp-free love VOC cabinet doors to 40 ft tall sliding elephant doors. No project is too large for Sing Core which specializes in making the impossible possible without compromising the art, environment, or sustainability over time.
Art is precious and should be protected by the only building material which is made to last centuries and can be guaranteed to remain perfectly straight and warp-free for 50 years of faithful service without fail.
That’s why you find Sing Core in the finest historic foundations and art preservation foundations from coast to coast Sing Core is like the transcontinental railway which linked the coasts of America with its varying cultures and lifestyles by bridging the building material gap while preserving the most precious treasures from around the world.
And having access to this patented art and museum material does not have to challenge the budget of your nonprofit organization. Inventor Peter Sing has been known to partner with architects, designers, and artists to help support the preservation of the arts.
Museums and art galleries want a system that is guaranteed to be long lasting, portable, reusable, and easily assembled. Sing Core museum panels provide just that, with the added benefits of being lightweight and eco-friendly.
A two-man team can quickly and easily assemble your Sing museum exhibit in just a couple of minutes. When you are ready to take down this exhibit, the cam-lock system makes our panels easy to disassemble and store flat until you are ready to reuse them. There is no need for complicated hardware to store, catalog, sort, or maintain your Sing Core panels.
American made Sing free-standing museum walls are perfect for executing high-end exhibit displays are elegant, yet lightweight, stronger than steel, and Eco-friendlier than the competition. Our walls require little construction and can be assembled without a large crew. Additionally, our walls can be custom created to be any size according to your and are available in any material.
A: Sing museum display panels are nailable if the skin is over 1/4 inch plywood or custom nailing block or strips are pre-planted prior to manufacture. Our standard surface material is plywood. It may be important, if you are specifying a special exterior skin or other specifications, to note in advance to the manufacture of your panels that you intend to nail, as that may require additional material to accommodate nailing.
Q: What does a standard Museum Wall Panel look like?
A: Sing Museum Wall panels are created to any specs supplied by the museum’s architectural designer. The base Museum Wall Panel is 4 ft. x 8 ft. x 3 in. with 3/8 inch MDF surfaces, though 1/4 inch Marine Grade plywood is also in demand as a base material. Though these are fairly standard, your panels can be completely customized to your specs.
Q: Do your Museum Wall Panels come with Cam Locks?
A: Sing Museum Wall panels can have cam locks installed at an additional charge. In most cases, museums order the panels without alterations as the staff woodcrafts people install cam lock on-site. In some cases it is requested that panels are pre-drilled for cam locks or have cam locks installed at an additional charge.
Q: How thick can your Museum Wall Panels be?
A: Sing Museum Wall panels can be any thickness that you are considering for your museum exhibit design. It is common for our museum clients to order extra thick panels (normally 6 inches thick, but could be thicker), so that they can be assembled singlehandedly (yes, they are that light weight) and without having to secure them (standing solitarily) very stable.
Q: Can the appearance of your museum display panels be changed on-site?
A: All standard Sing museum display panels are compatible with vinyl covering materials that are widely available in almost any color, design and may be custom printed. These self-adhesive vinyl sheets (also available in rolls) can be applied and changed at any time within minutes.
Q: Do your museum display panels require complicated, patented hardware that costs extra?
A: Our standard museum display panels have built-in solid wood edging and wood panel facings that can easily be assembled with basic woodworking skills and tools. We do have connection systems available for our clients, if requested, also we can retrofit our Sing panels to fit any existing hardware that you may be currently using.
Q: Do your museum display panels have electrical channels built-in?
A: Our standard museum display panels do not come with interior electrical channels, we do provide then either vertically or horizontally to your specifications at an additional charge. Many millworks router-out their own channels for wire management from the basic Sing panel’s solid wood edging.
Q: Do your museum display panels have headers to support lighting attachments?
A: Standard Sing museum display panels are strong enough to support lighting, shelving and accessory attachments without adding any additional support. Simply attach your gear just like you would any standard framed wall. (No expensive proprietary hardware attachments necessary.)
Q: What if we need to reconfigure your museum display panels? Will we have to buy special hardware or seek out a metal shop?
A: Standard Sing museum display panels are wood, unless your specifications require other materials to be used, so any panels can be easily redesigned reconfigured with basic carpentry skills and standard woodworking tools.
Q: What finishes do you have available for your museum display panels?
A: All Sing trade show panels are available in virtually any surface material that you desire. Standard paint grade panels can be painted and finished, or re-painted and re-finished just like any other wood-based wall. Otherwise, peel and stick vinyl coverings are available in nearly any color imaginable and easy to cover to accommodate any desired appearance on-the-fly.
Q: Do you have end caps, or trim available for your museum display walls?
A: Basically, we do not engage in the finish work of your walls, though we can complete the entire design at additional cost. Most of our clients save the money and do the finish work themselves and wood trim is a simple and elegant enhancement for your Sing museum display walls.
Q: Where can we get parts and accessories for your museum display panels?
A: Since our basic Sing museum display panels are wood-base, unlike other expensive patented import wall systems, no special hardware is necessary. Anything you need is easily attainable from your local hardware store, or available through online retailers like eBay or Amazon.
Do not buy any European import museum modular wall system before you talk to Sing Core
The nationally recognized European import in the museum display industry requires an aluminum frame and a great deal of proprietary hardware to offer strength to the structure.
In comparison to Sing Core’s patented core material, the European industry leader’s paper honeycomb core does not compare in any way in matching Eco-friendly Sing Core’s lightweight, high strength, continued straightness and flatness over long spans for long periods of time.
The museum science industry is taking notice of Sing museum display panels because they are structurally guaranteed for 50 years but designed to last centuries.
How can you guarantee Sing museum panels for 50 years?
Sing museum panels are a melding of tried and true woodworking craftsmanship with space-age composite technology. The patented Sing Core material is a vertical grain natural wood fiber torsion box filled with foam and fuse-adhered to external materials (of nearly any variety) to complete the rock-solid structure material that will not warp, bend or twist and can be guaranteed true flat – and stay true flat – for centuries. So a 50-year guarantee is a certain underestimation of Sing Core’s potential uncompromised lifespan.
Free-Standing Museum Walls
Modular Sing Free-Standing Museum Walls are perfect for executing high-end exhibit displays that are elegant, yet are lightweight, stronger than steel and Eco-friendly. Sing Free-Standing Museum Walls require little construction, can be assembled by one or two staff and come in any size to met your specifications. Standard sizes are 4 ft x 8 ft x 1 ft or 4 ft x 10 ft x 1 ft and are available in any size.
These temporary display walls are strong enough to secure lighting, artwork and hang heavy features for display without compromising the modular structure or your museum design.
It is important that structural integrity be maintained over time, and Sing museum exhibit panels are not only true flat upon receipt, but are guaranteed to stay true flat. A warped wall is a useless wall or it takes a lot of steel or aluminum frame to keep it flat, for our demanding supporters. It is hard to find a lightweight but true flat wall without having to be aluminum reinforced such as Sing museum display panels.
History Meets the Future
Isn’t it time to embrace emerging leading-edge technology to display and protect the most important historical relics with the most integrity over time?
Museums have been able to effectively use modern structural materials in an effort to educate and preserve our history. Until now, the best answer may have been off-shore European-made museum panels with little structural integrity, but designed with heavy aluminum framing to deliver the flatness and straightness that is required in the area of historical perseverance.
Museum exhibit design just got easier
Now, thanks to Peter Sing’s invention, panels can be thinner, more lightweight, stronger, with less hardware and can be configured for any layout/design quickly and easily with very little staff (2 people) without requiring any special tools.
Many of our museum clients like being able to order six-inch thick panels that can still be assembled single-handedly and require less structure because they nearly stand on their own.
European import systems are complicated, require metal framework to maintain structural integrity, have complicated hardware for assembly and reconfiguring could require additional imported hardware to accomplish redesign of the original display.
Assembling Sing museum panels is quick and easy using built-in cam-lock system to simply lock in each panel. The wood frame enables any craftsman with traditional woodworking skills and tools to reconfigure Sing museum panels into any configuration, without metal or complicated hardware.
While maximizing your museum exhibit design capabilities you need to be financially responsible to your supporters. Sing Core helps you reduce your costs by supporting the museum science industry with discounts that help to subsidize your goals for achievement and maximizing your budget.
Sing museum display panels will cost about half of what you would expect to pay for European import panels.
Easy tear-down, storage and reassembly
What our museums want is a system that would be long lasting, portable, reusable and could be assembled without extensive carpentry work (avoiding dust and noise) but would look like any other permanent museum design.
Creating temporary exhibits is very simple and easy due to the unique properties of Sing museum panels being strong, lightweight and easy to assemble. A two man team can erect your Sing museum exhibit display in minutes.
Likewise, when the temporary exhibit has come to an end, the cam-lock system is easy to disassemble, and the panels store flat until they are needed for the next use – and there’s no complicated hardware to store, catalogue, sort or maintain.
This is a one-time purchase, as the panels remain perfectly straight without additional support, do not bend, warp or twist, even under heavy loads and interlock securely with pre-installed cam-locks. These are strong enough to attach and nail materials to and can easily be repaired to new condition for the next show.
No need to worry about replacement museum display panels for your childrens museum, museum of natural science, science and industry museum or history museum, the only time you will need to re-order Sing museum panels will be to expand your museum’s capabilities even more.
True Green Technology
Sing museum panels embrace an environmentally friendly approach that uses less metal (such as aluminum) and are constructed using very little energy and resources are formaldehyde-free and create little or no waste.
Sing Core’s sustainable products promote a greener earth and these Eco-friendly exhibit panels use natural renewable veneer.
Sing Core uses renewable and recyclable/recycled material, lasts for decades to comes and at an affordable price – while European import systems use paper, cardboard and/or particle board which is wastes energy and creates unnecessary waste.
Invented and made in the USA
Eco-friendly Sing exhibit panels were invented here in the United States, made in USA and patented worldwide.
Support your American economy by using and promoting made in the USA Sing museum panels that help to keep jobs and dollars right here in the United States while supporting local craftspeople instead of relying on specialized imported hardware.