Universal Portable Tabletop Tripod Easel

14" Height - 3 Legs - 5 lb Weight Capacity - Steel - Black - View Complete Details

Product Number: UNV43028

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Universal Portable Tabletop Tripod Easel - Prominently display your signs for the most effective impact. Strong steel construction—supports up to 5 lbs. of display weight. Sets up in seconds. Sturdy, easy-to-adjust chart supports confidently hold your foam board or lightweight signage. At 14” high, this compact tabletop unit is easy to store and transport to meetings or events that require a little extra visual influence.

  • Strong steel construction—supports up to 5 lbs. of display weight.
  • Sets up in seconds.
  • Sturdy, easy-to-adjust chart supports.
  • At 14” high, this tabletop unit is easy to store and compact enough to transport in a briefcase.
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    Will this easel work for a frame size of: 19 width x 23 length.
    Asked on 5/11/2014 by Cabdriver from LR,AR

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  • Q:

    I am looking for easels that will fit on a table, be very economical and hold a 16 x 20 canvas for painting classes. Would this fit that need?
    Asked on 11/29/2013 by Janet

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    • A:

      At 14" tall (and some of -that- below the art support tab, the top is going to be poking into the back of the canvas no matter which way you orient it. If working with canvas boards, fine. IF stretched canvas, it could pose a problem. From experience, though (I am an art instructor who has worked with kids and intellectually disabled adults,) this sort of easel is barely appropriate for painting on anything... they are too light to resist any sort of pressure, they will want to tip. It really is a display easel primarily.

      Answered on 3/10/2015 by Tim from San Rafael, CA
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