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If you’re looking for an art portfolio case or some other product you can use for storing large documents, Engineer Supply has what you need. We have a broad selection from some of the best manufacturers in the industry, and we can offer them to you at a reasonable price. If you’re looking for an artist portfolio case that you can use to keep your projects more organized while you’re meeting with clients, be sure to look at what we have in stock.

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Hanging clamps can be used to hold blueprints or any other large documents for storing on a blueprint stand and are sometimes called “drawing clamps,” “drawing sticks,” or “blueprint clamps.” They allow you to hang multiple large-format documents in a clothesline-like fashion, and they have several parts. The steel wing knobs will allow you to loosen or tighten the clamp as you see fit, but there’s also a steel clip with a spring. You will also find a label holder made of a clear plastic, which can be used for organizational purposes. And they will often have an extruded anodized aluminum construction. Hanging clamps aren’t adjustable in length, but you can find them in several different sizes.


A blueprint is a reproduction of a technical drawing that uses a contact print process on light-sensitive paper, and the name applies to two different processes. The original method was invented by Sir John Herschel in 1842, and it produced white lines on a blue background. The light-sensitive paper turns blue because of a chemical reaction, while leaving the corresponding drawing as a set of white lines. The diazotype method was invented in the early 1940’s, and it left blue lines on a white or light-colored background. The process is inherently simple. The copiers had fewer complicated parts, and their maintenance was inexpensive. Most of them can last for well over 20 years with a great deal of reliability and minimal downtime. But in both methods, the original drawing is produced on vellum or some other medium that allows light to pass through.

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Storing large documents is essential for any artist, architect, designer, or engineer. You need to be able to store and transport plans and artwork from one place to another with minimal hassle. At Engineer Supply, you can find a broad selection of drawing portfolios, art portfolios, and cases that can meet the needs of a working professional. Whether you’re looking for an artist portfolio case or some other solution for storing large documents, you can find it in our store. Feel free to look at what we have in stock, so you can find an architect portfolio case that’s right for you!


Whether you’re looking for a soft portfolio or a hard case, Engineer Supply has a variety of products to meet a number of needs. All of our products are from top-rated manufacturers, and we offer them at a competitive price. We know that architects, artists, and engineers need the right solution for storing large documents. That’s why we work hard to find the best products. If you need an art portfolio case for storing your artwork, plans, or blueprints, be sure to look at what we have in our inventory. We’re sure you’ll be able to find a product that will meet your specific needs.

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