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Pop up Displays

The Exhibit Company offers an extensive array of creative pop up booths designs from Nimlok, Nomadic, and several other manufacturers, to showcase your unique company identity. Our products are quality tested, built for lasting performance and are lightweight and use cutting edge materials letting you change, add on and modify as your business grows.

One of our simple 10 x 10 trade show pop up displays can pack easily in one container that ships via FEDEX. Options include: a monitor mount, internal or external shelving, a shipping case which turns into a podium or counter for the front of the booth, backlit graphics and laser cutting, curved, flat, al fabric mural. Give us a call today to discuss options and pricing for these pop up booths.

There are several add-on options available for pop up displays. Some of these include monitor mounts, lights, stand-off graphics, back lit headers, and case to counter conversions. As one might expect, adding accessories will increase the number of shipping cases.

Pop up displays come in several different sizes and configurations. They range from a table top to 20’+. Frames can be connected together to create infinite display sizes. Frames are available in curved as well as flat.

There are a few different ways to present your message on a pop up display. The traditional way is with fabric panels (carpet) and Velcro on graphics. This method works well when graphics are frequently changed out and updated.

For another look, there’s fully printed mural graphics. These graphics are laminated Lexan prints that are applied to the pop up frame using magnetic strips. Graphics roll up and store in the shipping cases.

The more recent development with pop up frames is the full color fabric graphic. The fabric graphic is a single piece dye sub print that is attached to the pop up frame using Velcro. The graphic remains on the frame during set up and take down/storage. This style greatly reduces the number of parts and set up time. The shipping weight is also greatly reduced.

Curved

The most common display in the trade show business is the curved pop-up display. Frames are made of durable lightweight aluminum. Some manufacturers offer a lifetime, no questions warranty on their frames. They are very easy to set up, only requiring one person. The frame “pops up” into place. Frames accept rollable fabric or mural panels that attach to the frames via magnetic channel bars. The latest trend is fabric murals which are attached to the frame with Velcro.

Curved pop-ups come in tabletops, 8ft, and 10ft sizes. Frames can be connected together to create different configurations. Accessories such as shelving, monitor mounts, and literature racks can be applied to the frame hardware.

Choosing a pop-up display can save you money on storage, transportation, drayage, and on labor.

Flat

Flat frame pop-ups offer many of the same features as the curved pop-ups. Frames are made of durable lightweight aluminum. Some manufacturers offer a lifetime, no questions warranty on their frames. They are very easy to set up, only requiring one person. The frame “pops up” into place. Frames accept rollable fabric or mural panels that attach to the frames via magnetic channel bars. The latest trend is fabric murals which are attached to the frame with Velcro.

Flat frames can also be integrated with curved frames to create several different configurations. The amount of exhibit space is the limit!

Accessories such as shelving, monitor mounts, and literature racks can be applied to the flat frame hardware.

Choosing a pop-up display can save you money on storage, transportation, drayage, and on labor.

S Shape

“S” shape pop ups feature frames that are made of durable lightweight aluminum. Some manufacturers offer a lifetime, no questions warranty on their frames. They are very easy to set up, only requiring one person. The frame “pops up” into place. Frames accept rollable fabric or mural panels that attach to the frames via magnetic channel bars.

The “S” shape is configured using 2 10ft curved frames. The frames are connected using a hinged channel bar. There are also some smaller “S” shape configurations using only one frame.

Choosing a pop-up display can save you money on storage, transportation, drayage, and on labor.

1-Person Assembly

A big benefit of the pop-up display is one-person set-up. Pop-ups don’t require any tools which will help to keep one out of trouble with show union labor. Frames pop up using a fast lock technology. Panels are then attached using hooks at the top of the panels and magnetic strips on the backs that attached to vertical channel bars on the frames.

Pop-ups with fabric murals are even easier to set up since there are fewer parts. Mural graphics remain attached to the frames which amounts to basically a one-step set-up.