Paper & Engraved Inserts
Modular Flat Sign System
Slatz Capture was designed to meet the challenge of change.
In response to customer demand for a flat insert option, we have combined the structural integrity of Slatz® extruded aluminum and injection molded plastic components with the ease of paper insert flexibility to produce a highly desirable, quick-change, sign system.
No cumbersome components. No visible fasteners. No bulky apparatus to hold a simple piece of paper or other 1/16 inch thick insert material including:
- engraving stock
- zinc and more!
ADA compatible, Capture can be fully integrated with a program of Slatz directories and wayfinding signage for multi-functional communication with staff and visitors alike. Or, it can stand on its own!
Insert capabilities give the end-user more control… and satisfaction… than ever, enabling them to make changes at will.
Capture can be mounted vertically or horizontally using matching end-caps that work as a finishing feature.
A capture directory is hung as a unit with faceplates mounted on multiclips in sidetracks.
Capture is available in silver anodized finish or standard industry colors achieved with our vinyl ColorfixTM
System using Avery® A-900 Series vinyl or it can be painted.
Assembly & Installation
Capture signs and directories are simple to assemble and install. A pencil, level, drill and screwdriver or
VHB tape are all you need.
To change a paper insert, remove the clear plastic lens with suction cup provided and lift paper out.
Change rigid insert by lifting the extrusion off the end cap or multiclip and sliding the insert out.
Capture Aluminum Extrusions
and Mounting Options
Custom Size Inserts
For inserts exceeding the size of the Jumbo extrusion, use a pair of Slatz Mini-Holders, placed top and bottom. This enables you to create space for a large, flat surface, allowing you to position an expanded graphic or engraving into a Slatz directory or other configuration.
Framing options require two selections: trimplate and sidetrack.
Make changes for paper inserts on in-house computers.
Combine cut-to-size extrusion and two end caps for single sign..
Use sidetracks and multiclips to create a directory for paper or engraved inserts.
Engraved inserts up to 1/16 inch thick include acrylic, zinc and photopolymer. (Cutaway shows multiclips.)
Hold plate on wall at desired location. Mark sides and corners.
Remove end caps. Hold caps to corner markings and mark end cap mounting holes. Drill holes, insert anchors, and fasten caps to wall. Do not fasten tightly; allow for minor adjustment.
Snap faceplate into place.
Remove plates, where shown, to expose mounting holes. For taller directories, check the tracks for additional holes. Position on mounting surface, level, and mark holes.
Drill holes in wall where indicated and insert anchors. Line directory up to holes and fasten with screws.
Remove plates, where shown, to expose mounting holes. Position on mounting surface, level, and mark holes.
Drill holes in wall and insert anchors. Line directory up to holes and fasten with screws.
Hook one side of the ceiling clips to metal ceiling strip as shown in inset.
Finish by hooking the second side of clips as shown in inset.