Pop-up Exhibition stands are usually described in terms of the number of quadrants that make up the framework. Most popups are 3 quadrants high and either 3 or 4 quadrants wide and are therefore referred to as a 3×3 or a 3×4. Alternatively the 3×3 could be referred to as a 3 drop popup and the 3×4 as a 4 drop popup.
16 December 2013
What is the difference between a ‘Banner Stand’ and a ‘Pop Up Stand’?
Banner Stands are usually (but not always) 850mm wide and approximately 2M tall. There are various types available please ask to see our data sheet. Pop up stands consist of a ‘spiders web’ type of framework to which graphic panels are attached by the use of magnetic strips. The overall height is approximately 2.2M and the length can be anything from 2.5M or 3.5M depending of the frame size.
What is a 3 x 3 or 3 x 4 Pop Up Stand?
This refers to the number of square sections that make up the frame of the stand. A 3 x 3 is 3 sections high and 3 sections wide. A 3 x 4 is 3 sections high and 4 sections wide.
What is Nyloop or Front Runner?
Available in a range of colours these are Velcro compatible fabric covered panels which allow you to attach graphic panels or literature dispensers to the stand.
Does the price include a case?
Unless otherwise stated all our pop up stands come complete with a moulded wheeled case and laminate top. These are robust enough to be carried by air and will fit in the boot of most cars.
What is a case wrap?
This is a graphic panel that is carried in and then wraps around the case so when used in conjunction with the laminate top the case can be used as a podium in from of the stand.
Can you replace the graphics panels?
Yes we can supply replacement graphic panels for all of the pop up stands on the market today.
How long does it take to put a stand up?
After an initial demonstration (and a very little practice) between 12 and 15 minutes depending on the size of stand.