Write instructions, present new products and jot down other notes on this product 40 x 72-inch double-sided aluminum-frame Steel Dry-Erase magnetic whiteboard. Steel Dry-Erase Whiteboard, Aluminum Frame.Brainstorm ideas, write down goals and work on other projects with this double-sided magnetic whiteboard. The painted steel surface protects against ghosting and allows for marks to be easily […]
Magnetic Flip Chart White Board with Pad Holder, Metallic Tripod Flipchart Whiteboard with extended arms, Height Adjustable Mobile Easel Flip Chart Board Stand, stand-alone flip chart for working and educational environment
Magnetic Flip Chart White Board with Pad Holder Parameters:
Model Number: FC-8901-05
Type Flip Chart
Size 90×60 cm, 100x65cm or 100×70 cm
Surface Magnetic lacquered steel dry erase surface or non-magnetic melamine surface
Back MDF back
Height adjustable From 120cm to 190cm
Brand OEM, Or print your LOGO. Sample is available!!
Accessories Extended arms on both sides or not; aluminum paper clip and pen try
Packing 1 set / ctn
A flip chart is a stationery item consisting of a pad of large paper sheets. It is typically fixed to the upper edge of a whiteboard, typically supported on a tripod or four-legged easel. Such charts are commonly used for presentations.
using a flip chart easel / Metallic Tripod Flipchart Easel Stand
Whether you’re looking for one for your boardroom or for the road, we have the just easel you need. The first thing that comes to mind when we think “easel” is an artist wearing a beret and holding paint brushes while standing in front. But in the business world, it means thinking out loud, teaching people, conveying ideas and solving problems in the company of others.
That means in many working and educational environments, few objects are as useful and practical as an easel you can use to make presentations and to jot down ideas with a view of gathering a consensus on scientific, business and social issues of importance.
Some flip charts may have a reduced version of the page that faces the audience printed on the back of the preceding page, making it possible for the presenter to see the same thing the audience is seeing. Others have teaching notes printed on the back.
Flip charts are used in many different settings such as:
in any type of presentation where the papers pads are pre-filled with information on a given topic
for capturing information in meetings and brainstorming sessions
in classrooms and teaching institutions of any kind
to record relevant information in manufacturing plants
a creative drawing board for Art students
a palette for artists in “life-drawing” classes
for strategy coaching for sports teams