Standard pop-up displays

These displays are quite popular with trade show participants and could be viewed at most exhibitions and conventions. They are normally available in standard sizes with 8 or 10 inches diameter and about 8 inches height. Their size makes them perfect for a business displaying, making statements or media briefings at different locations at a range of events. The folding frame of the conventional pop-up display is usually made from aluminum or fiberglass tubes. The display panels which cover the framework are usually printed images or cloth panels joined to the frame with Velcro or magnetic strips.

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Fabric wall displays

A fabric display uses the identical sort of framework as the one used by pop up screens, however, it does not require a mechanism or graphic panels to be connected to the frame. The cloth display instead, includes specially printed cloth graphic which is pre-attached into the framework. All you have got to do is take the screen from the situation and pull it up till it is totally unfolded, and the brightly colored cloth smoothes out as it gets stretched. The fact that it is light in weight and folds easily makes it very portable. Fabric displays come in 8′ and 10′ widths and in a narrower version that is 4′ wide, which you can use instead of a banner. The panels are usually printed with dye-sublimation where the color becomes moved directly to the cloth.

Vinyl banner backdrop

This banner type provides a low cost option for producing exhibition graphics for pull up banners singapore. The vinyl banner background has a flexible tubular frame that may be 3′ to 8′ in diameter and 4′ to 8′ in height. You can also get bigger frames nonetheless; the 8′ by 8′ size is the completely extended model and is the generally popular. To mount the full Color vinyl banner on its own frame, pole pockets in the top and at the base are used, while the framework rests on the ground. The vinyl banner is produced in 4′ widths for convenience in handling and shipping. The smaller pieces are held together with magnets.