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ACME value engineers, design and builds from protypes to manufacturing. We are visionaries and setting the standards for more efficient manufacturing and developing processes to keep costs down and AMERICA Moving!

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March 13, 2015

FUHU MAKES A BIG SPLASH FOR ITS BIG TAB AT CES

FUHU MAKES A BIG SPLASH FOR ITS BIG TAB AT CES

Fuhu came to ACME with big dreams of doing a three suites at CES, to introduce their Big Tablet and other products.

The Nabi Big Tab is a fully-featured large-size interactive touchscreen that kids and families can use for learning, entertainment and games.

The first suite was fitted to show invited guests to the Nabi Big tab.  The room was lined with huge graphics, and six vignettes were built to give the feel of a modern home. Big Tabs were seamlessly integrated into to the office, game room and bedroom vignettes.

The second suite was built out for Amplicity, whose launch-product is a grab & go microcomputer.  ACME built additional vignettes representing a gamer’s room, coffee shop, and a city park.  Over 2,000 square feet of vivid, high resolution graphics lined the room.  Two prototype privacy pods were built and tested, letting guests test Amplicity’s computer in a coffee shop environment. ACME also integrated a cutting edge, interactive projector system into the entry space

A prototype store-in-store was built into the third suite, with high-end merchandise counters, vivid backlit branding, and over 120 lineal feet of theme graphics.  Fuhu was able to show big-box retailers what its store-in-store would actually look like.

In total, more than 10,000 sq. ft. of graphics were printed for the three suites.

ACME completed the whole project, three truckloads of material, from raw design to finished product, in 5 weeks.

Let ACME create your next branding experience.

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May 17, 2013

A GIANT-SIZED GAME FOR GIANT FUN

A GIANT-SIZED GAME FOR GIANT FUN

ACME created another memorable experience for conference guests at the Adobe Max Creative Conference in Los Angeles in early May. It is a giant lighted game board modeled after the legendary Hasbro Lite-Brite game. This giant game, measuring 7’ high by 10’ wide amused conference guests for hours. The entire amusement was engineered for outdoor use, and was built in 2 weeks.

ACME is your extreme building source

May 10, 2013

MARVEL COMICS PIONEER STAN LEE IMMORTALIZED WITH 12 FT. CARACATURE

MARVEL COMICS PIONEER STAN LEE IMMORTALIZED WITH 12 FT. CARACATURE

ACME built a giant-sized likeness of Marvel Comic icon Stan Lee, for Comic-Con 2012 in San Diego. The printed and hand painted statue was built in less than a week. Stan was carved from a 2ft. thick block of foam, with a direct printed face. His edges were hand painted to look like solid stone.

Quick, thoughtful engineering made Stan easy to transport and assemble.

ACME is your extreme building source.

May 03, 2013

ACME BUILDS GIANT MARQUEE FOR CARTOON NETWORK’S HALL OF GAME

ACME BUILDS GIANT MARQUEE FOR CARTOON NETWORK’S HALL OF GAME

ACME engineered and built gigantic 3D letters for the Hall of Game Awards, held at Santa Monica Airport’s famous Hanger 8.  Each letter measured 16 feet in height by 2 feet in thickness, and was covered entirely with gold sequins.  Each letter was carved using ACME’s own computer assisted hot-wire cutting process.  The letters where an anchor-piece in Cartoon Networks post-awards party.  ACME also built a Nerf Toss game for the event.

ACME is your extreme building source

 

April 27, 2013

ACME INSTALLS READER BOARD AT MADAME TUSSAUD’S IN HOLLYWOOD.

ACME INSTALLS READER BOARD AT MADAME TUSSAUD’S IN HOLLYWOOD.

After one month of development, ACME built and installed a marquee tower at the famous Hollywood museum.  Measuring   9 feet in height,  this all-metal tower greets guests at the museum and dispenses brochures.

Magnetic material allows the Museum to change event times and details easily.  A recessed flatscreen also alerts passers-by of upcoming events at the Museum.  Lightweight construction and wheels allow staff to move it into position with ease.

ACME is your extreme building source