Flip Chart Holders:
There are different types of flip charts. There are various kinds of flip chart holders. These include:
1) Paper Clip Holder: This type of holder holds paper clips or other small objects such as pen, pencil, etc.
2) Pencil Holder: This type of holder holds pens and pencils with sharp point.
3) Marker Holder: This type of holder holds markers or other small objects with thin tip.
4) Magnet Holder: This type of holder holds magnets such as iron filings, nails, etc.
5) Rubber Band Holder: This type of holder hold rubber bands, elastic band, etc.
6) Tape Holder: This type of holder hold tapes such as tape, sticky note, etc.
7) Magnetic Sheet: This type of sheet holds magnetic sheets such as magnetized aluminum foil, metal sheet, etc.
8) Metal Sheet: This type of sheet holds metal sheets such as steel plate, copper plate, etc.
9) Plastic Sheet: This type of sheet hold plastic sheets such as polycarbonate (PC), plastic film, etc.
10) Scissors Holder: This type of holder hold scissors or other small objects with straight edge. 11) Ruler Holder: This type of holder holds rulers or other small objects with straight edge. 12) Paper Fastener: This type of fastener hold sheets of paper, card board, etc. 13) 3-Hole Punch: This type of punch hold 3-holes punched papers, cards, etc.
Flip Chart Easel:
This is a board which has a hinged support for holding it upright when display content on it. It is attached at the base of the board. There are two types of easel: portable and non-portable.
Portable Easel: This type of easel is made from wood. It can be folded up when not in use.
Non-Portable Easel: This type of easel is made from metal. It is in the shape of an ‘A’ when seen from top. It is permanently attached to the board.
Flip Chart Paper:
This is a sheet of paper used for writing content, drawing illustrations, etc. on flip chart during presentation. There are different types of flip chart paper such as:
1) Marker Paper: This type of paper is used for writing with dry-erase markers.
2) Dry-Erase Paper: This type of paper is used for writing with dry-erase markers.
3) Whiteboard Paper: This type of paper is used for writing with dry-erase markers.
4) Ink Reactive Paper: This type of paper is used for writing with dry-erase markers.
5) Wet-Erase Paper: This type of paper is used for writing with wet-erase markers, water-based markers, etc.
6) Board Marker Paper: This type of paper is used for writing with chalk, board pens, etc.
7) Chalk Paper: This type of paper is used for writing with chalk, chalk pencils, etc.
Flip Chart Clips:
These are small and large metal pieces which hold flip charts on easel when you want to write on it or display content on it. There are different types of clips such as:
1) Large Clips: These are large metal clips which hold flip charts strongly on easel.
2) Small Clips: These are small metal clips which hold flip charts slightly on easel.
Flip Chart Stand:
This is a stable base on which you keep flip charts when not in use. There are different types of stands such as:
1) Portable Stand: This is a small stand which can be easily moved from one place to another.
2) Non-Portable Stand: This is a stand which cannot be easily moved.
Flip Chart Folder:
This is a folder in which you keep flip chart papers, etc. It can also be used as a writing board.
Flip Chart Rotator:
This is a revolving device with multiple paper clamps. It keeps flipping sheets one after another automatically.
Flip Chart Light:
This is a light which can be attached to flip charts to make writing or displaying content on flip charts easily visible in darker environments.
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