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Link pop up stand frames together to create a complete exhibiting solution. Perfect for shell scheme spaces or space only stands to create a fully branded backdrop.
Not only can pop up frames be used on their own to great effect, but with a simple connecting graphic panel, you can create a number of combinations to brand your space.
See a selection of popular frame combinations above, or give us a call on 0808 274 5400 to talk about your unique requirements.
How to link your pop up system
The key to linking pop up systems lies in the flexible graphic panel and how it can be used to connect two displays together.
Each pop up graphic panel has two plastic connectors on the back attached to the top corners. These act as hooks that anchor the graphic to the pop up frame in the right place, allowing for the graphics to be lined up to create the illusion of a seamless backdrop.
The only difference with a linked pop up system is that when you get to the assembly, instead of curving the graphic around the corner of the first stand, you attach the last graphic panel corner to the next pop up. This links the two pop up displays together, creating the illusion of a large seamless graphic.
Why choose Express Exhibition Displays?
Choose us for your linked pop up displays for:
What shapes can you make with a pop up system?
The world is your oyster when it comes to the configuration of your linked pop up stands. As the linking graphic is flexible, you can choose to link your pop ups side by side, create L shapes or anything in between. The choice really is yours!
Mixing curved pop up frames with straight frames is also a great way of varying the look and feel of your display.
Have something specific in mind that you can’t see above? Call us about a custom order on 0808 274 5400 .
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