Lines and solid shapes are delineated in white on a blue background. Blueprints are commonly used in the manufacturing, architectural, and engineering industries to communicate construction specifications visually. Hence, technical drawings rendered on blueprints tend to follow an accepted system of visual symbols, perspectives, units of measurement, notation systems, and layout conventions to communicate these instructions in an unambiguous, coherent manner.
Many professionals engaged in the use of blueprints such as architects, contractors and engineers should keep their blueprints well-organized and stored away safely. By organizing their blueprints in a proper storage system, they not only protect their valuable blueprints from damage and loss, but also free space in their offices and increase productivity.
Architectural and engineering firms can benefit from using blueprint hangers to store and organize their technical drawings. Blueprint hangers range from small to large in order to house one or more projects. In addition, some blueprint hangers are stationary for permanent location storage, while others are designed to be mobile, enabling them to be wheeled to different sections of the office.