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  1. http://agamblog.com/2012/03/01/grudging-extrusion-vo108-to-fit-around-extrusion-vr188/ Sometimes, AGAM requires its employees to learn new fabrication techniques in order produce the designs submitted by our customers. Having creative minds, our clients come up with some of the most innovative ways of using our system in their designs. For instance, a customer sent us a drawing of a 20 x 20 booth that used the VR188 extrusion for the verticals and VO108 extrusion for the horizontals. Although most of the extrusions in the AGAM system connect seamlessly together, to connect these two extrusions we needed to think outside of the box. As you can see below, one is a round extrusion, and the other is an oval extrusion. If we were to use the traditional approach, the result would be functional but not aesthetically pleasing.
  2. http://agamblog.com/2012/02/22/agam-attended-the-solidworks-world-2012-convention/ Recently, AGAM sent one of our Industrial Designers to attend the SolidWorks World 2012Convention in San Diego, California. The San Diego Convention Center is located right on the coast, which provided a beautiful backdrop for this spectacular convention. It was a three-day show, packed with guest speakers, training sessions, and demos of new products.
  3. http://agamblog.com/2012/02/10/tutorial-how-to-generate-a-parts-count-in-autocad/ The best way to keep track of parts is to use layers. You can either create layers before beginning your drawing, add them as you go, or even at the end. Here is how we do it at AGAM: First, make a layer for each object of similar type and length. AGAM designers usually name the layers by extrusion and length in millimeters (ie: PH 1005_954mm). Color-coding your layers and objects is another method that would work as well. In the drawing below, the designer labeled their layers by length only...click the link to learn more!
  4. http://agamblog.com/2012/01/10/agams-oval-cbx-punch-design/ Do you want to add an extrusion to the inside of an existing frame? Are you wondering how it would connect? AGAM has answered your question with the creation of the Oval CBX Punch. The unique oval punch design allows and easily ‘hide-and-slide’ inside select system extrusions. AGAM’s already simple assembly process will become instantly more efficient by minimizing extrusion placement constraints during construction.
  5. http://agamblog.com/2011/12/13/joining-agam-as-their-new-industrial-designer/ At AGAM our team is a strong mix of experienced team members and young talent. We do seek to hire the best and the brightest industrial designers and do not shy away from new graduates. New graduates provide innovation and are often educated in the latest techniques. Dan is a new graduate who we are happy to welcome to the AGAM team. In this post, Dan will tell us about his recent experience joining AGAM.
  6. http://agamblog.com/2011/12/28/adaptation-of-the-canopy-connector/ We recently adapted the canopy connector in our AGAM aluminum modular system to fantastic results and satisfied our client requests completely. The AGAM aluminum modular system lends itself to easily to unique and creative customizations satisfying clients requests and design specifications. The adaptation of the canopy connector resulted in a unique and interesting aluminum modular construction made out of the AGAM aluminum modular system.
  7. http://agamblog.com/2011/12/15/how-to-make-a-palm-tree-using-agam-2/ The AGAM Aluminum Modular Display System is engineered around an extensive variety of extrusions and accessories. These components interlock to build attractive exhibits, displays, store fixtures, office environments or anything else you can imagine and creativity will allow. Essentially, design possibilities are infinite and boundless! One of our most popular and interesting designs is the AGAM palm tree made out of common components found in our aluminum modular system. Find out how to create the AGAM palm tree for a fun addition to your exhibit!
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    Agam Sliding Door

    http://agamblog.com/2011/12/22/agam-sliding-door/ The contemporary sliding door was designed as a stylish alternative to the regular swinging door. Every aspect has been designed with our client’s needs in mind. From form to function, AGAM designed this product to work as great as it looks. Here are five benefits to using the AGAM Sliding Door:
  9. http://agamblog.com/2011/12/20/team-based-productionyeilds-successful-results/ AGAM offers unparalleled manufacturing and specialized fabrication services for both large-scale and small-scale projects. About a year ago, AGAM moved into of our vast 110,000 square foot production facility located in Elkridge, Maryland. Since the move, AGAM now provides all its services under one roof in the United States. With state-of-the-art equipment and highly trained production specialists, AGAM provides fast turnaround schedules and precision fabricated products for all our clients.
  10. http://agamblog.com/2015/01/05/agam-spotlight-xavier-decludt-founder-and-president/ AGAM founder and president, Xavier , was the driving force in bringing the AGAM Aluminum Modular System to the United States in 1983. As Decludt describes it, “with humble beginnings and a key business philosophy of empowering employees,” Decludt brought a new concept, modularity, and a new material, aluminum, to the display industry in America. The company grew, regardless of the recessions in 2001 and 2007. It was through the innovation that pushed businesses during the recessions to re-evaluate their business models that AGAM flourished.
  11. http://agamblog.com/2015/01/21/agam-predicts-trends-for-2015/ While we know that most marketing money is moving towards social media, few know that the marketing budget is for events, such as trade shows. Connecting with potential and current clients face-to-face is a great way to market and engage with your consumers. So, as 2014 wraps up, AGAM wants to give you a few ideas to look forward to in the future of the tradeshow industry, and what you can do to get more clients.
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    2014 Trends At Agam

    http://agamblog.com/2014/12/29/2014-trends-at-agam/ During 2014, at AGAM, we were confronted to a large number of creative designs to be fabricated with the AGAM System. Our teams of Industrial Designers and Project Coordinators were able to provide fully engineered solutions to our clients as well as support the fabrication specialists in the plant. We asked the teams what some of their favorite projects were for 2014. Check out what they said!
  13. http://agamblog.com/2014/12/22/new-product-launch-at-agam-eye-hooks-2/ Hanging signs and displays are one sure-fire way to stand above the crowd for your next event or tradeshow. With our modular eye hooks, it has never been easier or more cost-effective to do it! As an accessory in the AGAM Aluminum Modular System, we stock eye hook options for all our extrusions. Whether you’re mounting backlit SEG frames, signs, headers or banners, we have eye hook solutions for all of your hanging needs.
  14. http://agamblog.com/2014/12/22/new-product-launch-at-agam-the-lightbox-extrusion-fh2001/ AGAM has created a team infrastructure that we believe best serves the needs of our customers: providing superior client service as well as design in the aluminum modular system industry. Moreover, with many of our product lines, AGAM continues to develop and refine our system to better suit customers’ wants and needs. The most recent being an addition to the Fabric Holding series: the FH2001. Below is the FH2001 Extrusion. The rendering to the right is just one of the ways you can use the FH2001 to enhance your displays. Continue reading to find out how AGAM has used the FH2001 Extrusion.
  15. http://agamblog.com/2011/11/18/agam-honors-employees-for-15-years-of-service/ Fifteen years ago, after moving into a new, larger building, AGAM was looking toward expansion and growth. Debbie Seidlitz, Human Resources and Accounting, Tamas Kocsis, Vice President of Design and Engineering, and Troy Holland, Vice President and General Manager, were the driving force of leading AGAM into the future. Their outstanding character and professional quality held AGAM together through tough times.

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