Pop up displays are quick and easy to build and can typically be installed by a single person with no need for power tools or messy materials.
- Step 1 – Expand the pop-up framework until the magnetic clasps connect.
- Step 2 – Attach the magnetic struts to create a rigid structure.
- Step 3 – Connect the LED spotlights to the top of the frame & check they are working correctly.
- Step 4 – Ensure frame is level before attaching graphics.
- Step 5 – Beginning at one end, roll out the graphics panels one by one and attach them to the magnetic struts, working from the top down. (It is a good idea to have a step ladder or step to hand).
- Step 6 – Adjust the panels to create a seamless flow of graphics across your pop up exhibition stand display.
There are a number of exhibition stands that fall within the pop up category. Alongside the classic pop up display shown here, Quadrant2Design also offer a variety of other pop up stand systems and related products.
Fabric Display Stands also include a folding aluminium frame but, instead of magnetic struts and flexible graphic panels, use a tension-held fabric cover with a silicon edge, fed into a channel around the edge of the frame. Although this style of display stand is not as durable as the classic pop up, it offers a lightweight and visually unique alternative that allows a seamless display of a single graphic.
Pop up exhibition counters work in the same way as a pop up stand, with a frame, magnetic struts, and graphics, plus a wooden countertop that slots into place. The only difference is the size of the frame and magnetic struts, to facilitate different placements and uses.
Pull up banners, while technically not a pop-up display, do serve a similar purpose. Pull up banners are even lighter weight and easier and quicker to set up, although they are smaller at only 850mm wide. While it is possible to link banners together, this does not produce the same polished look of a pop up exhibition stand.