Printed Shell Scheme Panels
Printed panels for shell schemes choose from different materials
- Re-useable printed display panels
- Designed for use on exhibition shell schemes
- Standard size or we can print custom sizes on request
- Rigid, rollable, fabric or eco-friendly materials
- Simply attach to your shell scheme with velcro
Printed graphic panels provide a simple, yet effective way of displaying directly onto any aluminium shell scheme.
We supply high quality, printed panels that can be fastened to the wall of the shell scheme quickly and easily with velcro.
Shell scheme panels are printed in full colour at photographic quality onto a choice of materials. Our shell scheme graphic panels are durable and providing they are stored with care, they can be used time and time again at multiple events.
Choose from the following material options (watch our video below that shows the differences) and please don't hesiatate to get in touch if you have any queries.
Rollable / Foldable Materials
- Economy 600gsm PVC - Durable and rollable. No show-through. Approximate thickness 300 microns. Medium scratch resistance. 1.4KG per panel. This material is a great option if you want an economical, rollable panel that can be used again and again.
- Premium Polyester with Crystal Lamination - No show-through. Can we wiped clean. Approximate thickness 450 microns. High scratch resistance. 1.5KG per panel. This material is much stiffer than PVC which means that any lumps and bumps of velcro used to fasten the panel to the wall are hidden. Polyester based graphics are considered the highest quality of all roll-up display panels.
- 200gsm Polyester display fabric. Our lightest graphic option. Fabric can be folded for transport. High scratch resistance. 0.5KG per panel. If you are travelling overseas to an exhibtiion or event or want the most portable possible solution then fabric is ideal as it can be folded without permamently damaging the print.
- 5mm Foamex PVC - Semi rigid board. Medium scratch resistance. 6KG per panel. Foamex is a popular rigid material used for exhibition graphics. Very durable and can be wiped clean.
- Engineered Card - 14mm thick card with honeycomb centre. Medium scratch resistance. Can be recycled. 4.5KG per panel. A great eco-friendly alternative to plastic board material.
Rollable or foldable panels are the preferred option for those customers who want to transport graphics conveniently. Rigid panels are a benefit for those customers who want to fasten or attach materials to the face of the printed graphic.
Shell scheme panels are printed at a standard size of 950mm wide x 2340mm tall. This is compatible with Octanorm shell schemes. We can provide shell scheme panels at any custom size and advise checking with the exhibition organiser or shell scheme provider at your event who can provide the correct dimensions for graphics to fit your particular stand.
If you require a slightly different size of panel for your shell scheme, simply provide the dimensions to us via email after placing your order or by adding a note to the 'customer notes' section at the end of the checkout process and we can work to those sizes.
As always, if you require any information or advice on shell schemes and panel sizes, our team of experienced staff are always on hand to offer free advice.
Velcro for attaching printed panels to your shell scheme is available separately in 20M rolls. You need a minimum of 3 Metres of velcro to hang each panel (if you use two strips at the top of each panels and one strip on the bottom) but we recommend using velcro all around the perimeter of the panel if possible (7 Metres of velcro per panel).
- Compatible with aluminium or wooden shell schemes
Sodem Shell Scheme Panels Data Sheet (254 Kb)
Octanorm Shell Scheme Templates (41,199 Kb)
Sodem Shell Scheme Panels Templates (40,518 Kb)
Shell Scheme Infill Panels Data Sheet (352 Kb)
Shell Scheme Infill Panel Template (214 Kb)
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.