Who Is Unpacking Your Posters?
We pack products to withstand moderate squeezes, drops and light rainfall. The one thing we cannot completely account for is damage by customers after opening a package.
Do you have the grip of a mountain climber? Be careful. Unpacking, unrolling and hanging posters requires a gentler touch. We would love to ship you human anatomy posters. But perhaps someone else should receive the parcel and hang your posters.
We pack products to withstand moderate squeezes, drops and light rainfall. The one thing we cannot account for is damage by customers after opening a package.
Your capital return for human anatomy posters makes them some of the best investments for medical offices. The cost of each patient visit can range from eighty to several hundred dollars. Anatomy posters are much more than a decorative backdrop during consultations. They provide instructive points of reference. Framed posters elevate the level of professionalism.
Recognizing the value, some customers excitedly open and unroll posters delivered to residences, perhaps over the weekend. The posters can accidentally be damaged while exposed or while attempting to reinsert them into a mailing tube. Despite hygienic lamination and all the care that goes into initial packing and shipping, the posters may be bent and creased before they even make it into the office. You might want to rethink this strategy.
Do No Harm
Minimize the distance between package opening and hanging. Have posters delivered to the office where they will be used. Unpack posters in an area with a large flat clean work surface. Place books on the rolled posters overnight. To eliminate this step, order flat-box shipping during checkout or order posters within easy-to-hang DeuPair Frames.™
If you do not want to risk that powerful grip on anatomy posters, we have less fragile ClinicalPins to wear on your lapel, wrist, neck or ears.