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SmallCorp T-200 with laminated Medex® deck


A modest solution for exhibition display 

Part of our line of tabletop cases, the T-200 is a modest and secure non-sealed and non-archival museum case. A tabletop variation of our W-300 wall case, the T-200 features a 1” powdercoated aluminum collar, a fixed, painted Medex® deck, and an acrylic vitrine that can be secured with screws. Tabletop cases are typically placed on top of a table or desk. Our cases are based on standard designs manufactured to customers’ size requirements. 

The T-200’s 5-sided, acrylic vitrine can be lifted off for access to objects and is secured to the aluminum collar with screws. We manufacture museum-quality acrylic vitrines from clear or UV-filtering acrylic and are one of the few companies to manufacture museum-quality Optium Museum Acrylic® vitrines. 

Glass options are also available. 

Did you know we make replacement vitrines to fit existing cases?

This case comes standard with a painted Medex® deck and can be customized to include archival materials. Talk to us about slanted deck options.  

Deck Options

Additional Deck options include: 

  • Medex® with plastic laminate or wood veneer.  
  • Medex® or expanded PVC, primed or sanded for you to paint.  
  • Fabric-wrapped HDPE, Medex®, or Expanded PVC with or without a layer of pinnable Ethafoam™ 
  • Black, white, or clear acrylic 

Various finish options ensure that your cases will complement your exhibit and facility. Many of our powdercoats have a direct latex paint match, allowing for a consistent finish. For those that don’t, we can offer custom or complementary colors. 

A 1” powdercoated aluminum collar with a fixed deck serves as the base for this case. Vitrine secures to the base with screws.  

  • Label Rails 
    • Internal 
    • Wall-mounted label holders   
  • Security Screws  
  • Rubber bumpers 
  • Low iron glass vitrine

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