Smart Display Solutions for Exhibition Stand Builders
Option 10 – 9580mm/W x 2320mm/H
|Model Number: SK-MDS-9580|
- 1 set aluminium frame with hardware
- 1 set fabric graphic
- 1 set canopy structure with gray fabric cover
- 1 hard shipping case with wheels
- 1 set plexiglass header graphic
- 2 halogen lights
Exhibition stand builders need to have modular display systems that look stylish and professional, give expo organisers more options in setting up their displays, and, more importantly, affordable. If you need such exhibition stands in Sydney, then you should check out our satellite modular displays.
Modular Displays that Look Stylish and Professional
The satellite modular display systems we offer have a distinct and professional appearance. They are perfect for popular and high-profile trade shows such as food and wine expos. They are an excellent fit for five-star hotels, convention centres and other similar trade show venues. Our 9580mm x 2320mm exhibition stands are great for large exhibition spaces, but can easily accommodate three exhibitors if necessary. This type of modular display board is made up of a frame, three canopy structures with gray fabric covers, three fascias, and a set of seven fabric graphic panels – three main panels, two connecting panels, and two side panels. The metal parts making up the frame and the canopy structures are aluminium, while the fabric graphic panels are produced using dye sublimation printing, a printing technology known to create rich, bright and vivid colours.
Modular Displays that Give More Room for Creativity
Our modular display board gives you more room to practice your creativity in setting up your booths. You can enhance the look of your exhibition stands with optional accessories such as halogen lights and countertops with tablecloths matching the fabric graphic panels of the display board. Setting up the display board is also easy. The metal elements of the board slide and lock together, secured with screws. The fabric graphic panels slide in place without any effort on your part. The setup takes only approximately 30 minutes per booth. If you need to alter the board to fit smaller exhibition spaces, you can do so without a fuss. You can, for instance, reduce the width of the display board by removing the side panels. You can decrease the height of the board by removing the canopy structures and the fascias. And if you need smaller displays, you can detach the connecting panels to come up with three separate and smaller display boards. You will enjoy more flexibility with our modular display systems.
Modular Displays that Save You Money
As mentioned earlier, assembling our display system does not require a lot of effort and takes only 30 minutes to complete. Thus, you won’t spend a lot on manpower in assembling the exhibition stands. The displays can also be modified easily so you won’t need to buy new ones if you want a new look to your exhibition booths. Most of all, you can reuse these display boards for other events. So, you don’t have to buy new frames for your exhibition stands on your next expo. You only need to order new fabric graphic panels to replace the old ones. Our modular display systems are ideal solutions for exhibition stand builders. We deliver exhibition stands in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane, Adelaide, Darwin, Perth, Gold Coast and anywhere else in Australia. Call us right now for more information on this product.
- Setup Time: 30 Minutes
- Graphic Material: Fabric
- Can be single-sided or double-sided
- Dimensions: 9580mm/W x 2320mm/H
Place the feet in the assembly area approximately six feet apart and slide the vertical pole sections onto the foot as shown.
Assemble top and bottom horizontal profiles. Slide two sections together as shown. Using the torx key, rotate clockwise 1/4 turn to lock in place and tighten the torx screw on the bottom of the profile.
With torx locks facing the back of display, slide the fabric into the curved side of the top and bottom profile.
Attach the horizontal profiles to the vertical poles using the torx key. Bottom profile should be flush with the bottom of the vertical poles. To eliminate the need of a ladder, temporarily attach the top profile at eye level as shown in step 5.
Open the yellow sandwichboards and place them parallel to vertical poles.
Tilt the display down so the vertical poles rest on the yellow sandwich boards.
Release the top profile and attach flush with the top of the vertical poles using the torx key. Beginning at one end, tuck the side of the fabric into the center slot of the vertical poles.
If used, attach the end cap profiles as shown using the torx key.
Slide the end cap fabric into the top and bottom profile as shown. Beginning at one end, tuck the side of the fabric into the center slot of the vertical pole. If you are using Plexigas end caps, see instructions supplied separately.
All sections are pre connected, just push together until parts click.
Life the roof assembly and slide the poles evenly and smoothly into the vertical poles. The fabric zipper should be facing down toward the back of the unit.
If used, you may now attach lights. Slide the “T” section into the slot. Tighten with the round thumb nut.
While standing in front of the unit, SLOWLY lift with the unit to the vertical position.
Confirm all the fabric edges are pushed neatly and evenly into the horizontal and vertical profiles.