Fabric Displays

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  • Quick Assembly
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Examples of Fabric Displays

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Description

Our Fabric Displays were designed with convention and trade show exhibitors in mind. They’re durable, adaptable, and can be assembled by just one person in less than five minutes. A Fabric Display consists of a sturdy steel base, lightweight aluminum frame, and custom printed fabric. The frame’s vertical poles are broken into sections that allow you to adjust the height to accommodate a variety of custom printed fabric graphics. An 11.5ft tall display might be a good idea for larger venues and outdoor events, but you’ll need to switch it up for smaller spaces. Our Fabric Displays allow you to do that without having to waste money on multiple signs.
Want to ensure that your display really draws the attention it deserves? Light it up with one of our clamp on LED lamps. The lamps are available in black or silver and have an average lifespan of 10,000 hours, which is more than a year of consecutive use.

Dimensions

Width: 2’ – 3’ – 4’ – 5’ (Fixed – The width of these displays can not be adjusted.)
Height: 5.5’ - 6.5’ - 7.5’ - 8.5’ - 9.5’ - 10.5’ - 11.5’ (Complete Length – The height of these displays can be adjusted.)
Weight: 15-18lbs (The weight depends on the chosen size.)

Fabric Printing

We offer both single and double-sided fabric printing for your Fabric Display. The canvas is made of white or black stretch fabric which is sewn on the top, right, and left sides. Your graphic is printed using dye-sublimation, a unique printing process that uses a heat press to produce vibrant, striking imagery that won’t fade.

Assembly

Begin assembling your Fabric Display by securing the longest vertical polls in the base using the allen wrench that is provided. Then use your wrench to secure the horizontal support poll. The remaining vertical poles will snap into place. Add however many is necessary to reach your desired height then cap it with the curved top bar. At this point, depending on the height of your display, you’ll either want to tilt or completely lay down the frame so you can slide the graphic on. Zip the bottom of the graphic closed underneath the horizontal support bar and that’s it, you’re done.

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