Curved Fabric Pop Up Display Stand

A fabric alternative to the traditional curved magnetic pop up stands
  • Ultra simple to set up
  • Choice of frame widths
  • One-piece fabric graphic with no visible panel joins
  • Packs away into compact wheeled bag for transport
  • Fabric graphics can be washed if required
  • Additional prints can be bought separately to update your display

 

£265.00
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Our curved fabric display stand uses a tried and tested collapsible pop up framework brought up to date with new one piece textile fabric graphics. The assembly process takes a matter of minutes and unlike traditional magnetic pop up stands, the graphic is produced in one-piece and has no panel joins.

Curved fabric hop up stand

 

Fabric pop up stands use a single-piece printed graphic skin rather than a series of heavy, magnetic roll panels as is the case with a traditional magnetic pop up display.

Fabric prints are bold and vibrant thanks to our dye-sublimation print process and the graphics are also fire-rated and therefore suitable for use at all indoor venues.

Unlike traditional magnetic pop-up stands, there are no unsightly vertical panel seams or joins on the face of the display. Better still, you don't have to spend time manually adjusting multiple printed panels on the frame to get them to align correctly.
   
The clever, collapsible aluminium 'pop up' framework can be assembled and dismantled in under a minute by one person with no tools required.

Although other types of curved fabric display exist, they typically use a tubular frame that has to be assembled by push-fitting multiple sections of tubing together. That process can take time whilst requiring a lot of clear floor space to build the framework.

The curved fabric display stand frame is pre-built and uses a collapsible 'pop up' design. As such, you can assemble this stand in the tightest of spaces and in the fastest possible time.
curved fabric pop up frame
 

curved fabric pop up locking arm

A series of locking arms hold the frame in it's upright condition and ensure that the fabric print is tensioned correctly.

The print is attached to the frame perimeter with velcro and once this is done you can collapse and re-expand the display time and time again without the need to remove or re-fit the graphic completely.

The ability to leave the print attached to the frame means that this type of display can be assembled faster and with less effort than most other comparable backwalls.
 
Fabric graphics are highly durable and there is no need to worry about accidentally creasing or folding of the print when handling or storing it. The print simply tucks away into the frame when it is packed.

Should the print become marked or dirty, you can remove it from the frame completely and wash at 30 degrees in a machine. The fabric can then be air dried afterwards.

Replacement printed fabric graphics are available to buy separately and so the message on your display can be updated cost-effectively should you need to.

Our graphics are made from polyester fabric so you can recycle any old prints responsibly with other textiles.
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curved fabric pop up wheeled case

One of the biggest advantage with a curved fabric display stand when compared to a magnetic pop up is the compact size and convenience for transport.

The entire display including the graphic packs away into a small wheeled bag. It's around half of the weight and volume of a comparable magnetic pop up display that uses rollable graphics.

Our carry bag also features shoulder straps so you can carry it conveniently over rough ground surfaces or up stairways etc.
 
Printdesigns are one of a small number of UK based companies who produce graphics for curved fabric display stands in-house. Our in house team handle both the printing and sewing of graphics here in the UK. This means that we can control both the quality and lead time of your display whist providing the most competitive price.

Should you have any questions about curved fabric pop up stands or any other display systems in our range, please don't hesitate to get in touch with a member of our team who will be happy to help.
More Information
Approximate Weight3x2 Frame (excluding fabric print): 7.5KG
3x3 Frame (excluding fabric print): 9.2KG
3x4 Frame (excluding fabric print): 11.2KG
3x5 Frame (excluding fabric print): 13.3KG
MaterialDisplay Polyester fabric
Resolution2440dpi
RecyclableAluminium frame can be recycled
WaterproofNot suitable for outdoor use
Scratch-resistanceHigh scratch resistance
Print methodDye-sublimation process
PrintingNo harmful solvents used in print process
Dimensions (HxWxD)Assembled dimensions: 3x2 - H 225 x W 146 x D 34cm, 3x3 - 225 x W 225 x D 51cm, 3x4 - H 225 x W 291 x D 64cm, 3x5 - H 225 x W 352 x D 86cm

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FAQs

How to supply and transfer your artwork

Once you have placed an order for a printed product, we will need you to provide us with your artwork, so we could start the production. It's important that any artwork you provide is compatible for the product(s) that you have ordered. You can find instructions regarding particular artwork requirements on the relevant product pages of our website.

If you can't provide artwork at the correct size or format then please get in touch. We offer a full in-house design service for all products and we can provide an individual quote based on your needs and requirements. Just email us with your requirements by contacting our designer directly at design@printdesigns.com or feel free to use our online chat facility for a quick consultation.

You can upload your artwork in one of several ways

  • Go to your account’s dashboard and click on an “Upload” button located next to your order number.
  • Send your artwork directly to artwork@printdesigns.com
  • Send your artwork to us by one of the many free file transfer websites (we recommend www.wetransfer.com)
  • Send your artwork to us using our own secure FTP server (details below)

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If you send your artwork via email, file transfer service or FTP, please send an email to artwork@printdesigns.com and provide your order number along with any other specific instructions.

When we receive your artwork we will update you to let you know that your files have been received. We will also confirm that the artwork you have provided is suitable for the products that you have ordered.

Is a signature required on delivery of my order?

We use a range of courier companies to deliver our exhibition stands and other products. Most couriers will require a signature on the delivery of your order to confirm the date and time of the delivery (and that the goods are received in good condition).

Normally we will email the tracking information for your order on the evening of the day of dispatch so that you can know to expect the delivery. If you want to check the progress of the delivery then you can enter the tracking information online for an update or call the telephone number provided.

If no-one is available to sign for your delivery then the courier will normally leave a card to say that a delivery was attempted and would then take the parcel away. The delivery is normally re-attempted the next working day.

Depending on the courier, the delivery could be re-attempted two or three times before the parcel would eventually be returned to us. If the courier attempts delivery on multiple occasions with no success resulting in the parcel being returned then we can re-dispatch the parcel again for you but would bill the carriage cost again.

Sometimes we are asked if the courier can telephone in advance of the delivery being made. Unfortunately this is not possible because the couriers are not generally provided with mobile telephones. All instructions tend to be relayed to the courier by the depot via a hand held computer terminal that the driver carries.

If you need to receive a delivery on a particular day but are not going to be around to sign for the parcel then the best advice we can give is to write a note explaining that you are expecting a delivery but are not around to receive it. You can request the courier leaves the parcel with no signature or with a neighbor. We would advise that you write the consignment note of the parcel on the letter and sign it.

Ultimately it is down to the drivers discretion whether to leave the parcel and so we cannot accept responsibility for late deliveries if there is no one available to accept the order when the delivery is made.

How long does production and delivery take?

For most items that are printed, the standard production time is 5 working days.

Based on standard production if an order arrives on a Monday morning (first thing) then the goods should be dispatched no later than the following Monday.

If orders are placed later in the day then we would not normally class that day as a full day’s production time and therefore an order placed on a Monday afternoon would be dispatched no later than a week the following Tuesday.

For rush orders, we offer an express production service whereby the item can printed and dispatched in 1-2 working days. An item placed on express production on a Monday would generally ship no later than Tuesday the day after. We recommend you call us prior to placing an express order to confirm your delivery schedule.

We offer a variety of courier services selectable from the checkout on our website. Standard delivery is normally next working day from the day of dispatch (so an order dispatched on a Tuesday would be delivered on Wednesday).

We also offer timed delivery services (pre-noon, pre 10.30am, pre 9am etc) at additional costs.

Please note that although we always do everything within our power to ensure that goods are dispatched on-time, there can be rare occasions whereby production could be delayed due to circumstances outside of our control. Such circumstances could involve a power outage, equipment failure etc.

With regards to courier delivery times, there is no insurance or consequential insurance for late deliveries with next day couriers. We would always recommend that you arrange for a delivery to be made in advance of your required date just in case!

For no-fail deliveries we can arrange for a dedicated vehicle and driver – please call for prices.

Can you colour match to Pantone references?

 

The Pantone colour scale is an industry standard series of reference colours for use in the printing industry.

Pantone or spot colours are normally used by lithographic or screen printers when printing items with a limited number of colours (for example a letterhead, or stationary). Pantone ink is purchased by the printer who then creates a screen or plate specifically for that colour ink.

We use a CMYK (full colour) process of printing rather than a spot colour method. With a CMYK print process, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black are mixed by layering ink on top of each other to create a full-colour image. Sometimes other colours like light cyan and light magenta are also used to improve print quality.

We cannot guarantee to match all Pantone colours because some Pantone’s contain pigments that push the colour outside of the spectrum of colours available with CMYK inks.

An example would be Pantone 021 orange which is a very bright, almost neon colour. It is impossible to get a close match to this colour with CMYK printing because the colour is too bright.

There are many other colours in the Pantone spectrum that are relatively easy to match but also some that are impossible to closely match. Pantone sell a solid to process guide book which is useful because the Pantone colour is shows next to the nearest CMYK colour as two separate colour chips. If you can access a Pantone solid to process guide book then you can see at a glance how closely your pantone colour can be matched with a CMYK printing process.

All artwork supplied should be set as CMYK colour mode, not Pantone spot colour. If you do not have a Pantone solid to process guide book and need some advice as to the best CMYK colour value to use in the artwork, please call and we can help.

If you have very precise colour matching requirements for your artwork then we recommend purchasing a reduced-scale hard copy proof prior to printing the finished article. The cost is £20 and includes delivery of the proof to a mainland UK address.

What resolution does my artwork need to be?

As a rule of thumb, we recommend that artwork resolution should be 150dpi or greater at full scale for a large format print (anything A2 or larger).

If you are designing your artwork at a reduced scale (say half or quarter size) then the resolution of the artwork needs to be increased proportionally so that when the file is blown-up for printing, the quality is high enough to allow for it.

So, if setting your artwork at half size then double the resolution to 300dpi or if setting the artwork at quarter size then quadruple the resolution to 600dpi!

What if my image is not big enough for 150dpi output at full size?

When printing images at very large sizes, it is not uncommon that the original file be unavailable at a large enough size to provide 150dpi output and this does not mean that you cannot use the image! In fact much smaller images can sometimes be OK for print.

Bear in mind factors that determine if the image is acceptable:-

  1. The viewing distance of the image (how closely it will be examined)
  2. The content of the image itself (does it contain lots of intricate detail or is it a more abstract image).

Most displays have a viewing distance of at least a couple of Metres and so a large background image need not contain pin-sharp detail. If the image is abstract or does not contain precise detail then you can ‘get away’ with using a smaller image.

If your image is small then you can up-sample it in an application like Photoshop which increases the image size by splitting the pixels (interpolating) into more pixels. A byproduct of this process is the image can become ‘softer’ and it is therefore a good idea to zoom-in on the picture at approximately finished size on screen and then stand back from the display to gain an impression of what the printed result would be like.

If you have concerns about image quality then let us know about it when you submit your artwork and one of our team can take a look for you.

What types of artwork files can you accept?

 

We support most ‘industry-standard’ artwork file types. Examples of supported formats include:-

  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Indesign
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Quark XPress

We also accept generic artwork formats including:-

  • JPG
  • TIFF
  • EPS
  • PDF
  • BMP
  • PNG

When supplying artwork from the original design package (for example an Adobe Indesign file), it is important to send over all linked images and fonts as well as the Adobe Indesign document itself.

If you are exporting artwork from a design package into a generic format such as PDF then there is generally no need to supply artwork components such as images and fonts separately unless you need us to re-open and edit the file for you.

Most people would typically supply us with the exported generic file rather than the original artwork file and links.

Available Payment Methods

We accept most common credit cards including Mastercard, Visa and American Express via the payment gateway on our website. We also can accept payments via PayPal.