Liven Up Shell Scheme Exhibition Stands with Displays
Option 9 – 6250mm/W x 2320mm/H
|Model Number: SK-MDS-6000-2|
- 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
As an expo or trade show organiser, you need to have shell scheme exhibition stands in your inventory. A shell scheme booth is quite practical, as you can easily set them up at your venue. Moreover, you can alter these pre-fabricated booths to fit the available space in the venue without a lot of hassle. The downside to shell scheme stands, however, is they look dull and boring as they are. You need to have smart, colourful displays to liven up these booths. Our modular display systems are great alternatives that will give your displays more colour and style.
Bright and Attractive Displays
The big difference between shell scheme exhibition stands and our satellite modular display systems is our displays are more interesting to look at. Their appearance makes them more appropriate for trade shows where the quality of the visuals is essential, such as food and wine expos. They are fit for setting up at first-class convention centres, hotels, and other such trade show venues. Our 6250mm x 2320mm exhibition stands are composed of a frame, two canopy structures, two fascias, and a set of five fabric graphic panels (two main panels, one centre panel, and two side panels). The frame and canopies are made of aluminium while the fascias are made of plexiglass. The fabric graphics are printed using dye sublimation technology, which is great for producing images with bright and vivid colours. The canopies have gray fabric covers that closed with a zipper.
Displays that Give You Flexible Options
This modular display system allows you to be more flexible when setting up your booth. It is perfect if you have a large space allocated for each exhibition stand. You can accessorise it further with halogen lights and a countertop with matching fabric graphic tablecloths, which we offer as optional add-ons. If the space is limited, you can easily set up this board so that it can be shared by two exhibitors. You can modify it even further depending on your needs. For example, if you need to reduce the width of the board, you can simply detach the two side panels. To lower its height, you can remove the fascias and the canopy structures. You can even remove the centre fabric panel so that you can divide this display board into two separate display boards. More importantly, this satellite modular display will save you money. It will not cost you a lot of manpower to set it up. Assembling these boards take only 30 minutes, and it mostly involves sliding the metal pieces along with the fabric panels together and then fastening them securely with screws. You can also use these boards again and again so you won’t have to buy new frames for your next expo or trade show. You just order new fabric graphics to replace the old panels. Our modular display systems will give you more advantages that simple shell scheme exhibition stands. Call us today to see what other benefits you can get from our display systems.
- Setup Time: 30 Minutes
- Graphic Material: Fabric
- Can be single-sided or double-sided
- Dimensions: 6250mm/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.