The front, top and back are formed from one piece which allows any combination of angled surfaces to accommodate keypads, touchscreens and displays. This contoured centerpiece is capped with two side panels which lends this style housing its stiffness (the sides are often made using a thicker gauge since they do not need to be formed) which are then solvent welded. The housing can be accessed through a removable bottom plate which usually has some kind of anti-skid feet attached to it. Card readers and cameras can easily be added to this style housing. Common uses are medical equipment, self-serve check-in and ordering kiosks.