How do pop up stands work
Pop up display stands are cleverly designed structures made from sections of aluminium tubing, connected together with plastic hubs. Pop up display frames feature a collapsible, concertina design so they can pack away into a small carry bag.
The process of assembling a pop up stand is very straight forward and no tools are needed. The frame opens up and locks in an upright position using magnetic arms.
Once the framework is fully expanded, a series of magnetic bars known as 'channel bars' are attached to the frame. These simply click-into place magnetically and provide a surface onto which rollable printed display graphics can attach.
Graphic panels for pop up stands are printed onto a heavyweight, rollable material and finished with magnetic tape on the vertical sides of the panel.
Each pop up stand panel is hung onto the pop up display frame whereby the panels align themselves to the centre of each channel bar magnetically. Although there are joins in-between each graphic panel, the overall effect is that of a continuous printed mural display wall.