Modular stands are displays that can be designed to be fitted together in a number of different combinations to create a complete exhibition stand.
They are the largest portable display you can purchase and are perfect if you are looking to elevate your presence to the ‘next level’. They can be supplied in a range of ‘off the shelf’ stands in certain shapes and heights, with graphics printed to your specific requirements.
Custom sizes and configurations can also be supplied.
If you have a custom requirement, please call us on 0808 149 5759.
Are they self-build exhibition stands?
Due to their modularity, modular stands are relatively easy to assemble, and are designed to be ‘self-built’. If you are looking to build it yourself, always check whether the supplier is promoting that particular product as a ‘self-build’ exhibition stand. The bigger and more complex the stand, the more likely it is that a build-team will be required to help you assemble it.
Training can be offered for larger, more complex modular self-build stands to provide you with the reassurance of assembly. It’s always worth checking this if your stand is larger to help make an informed decision.
How do you assemble a modular stand?
Our modular exhibition stands are made using an aluminium framework that fits together using a numbering system and an Allen key.
The graphics are printed on fabric using a printing technique called dye-sublimation to create a high-quality graphic which has a rubber fitting around the edge that simply pushes into a channel on the framework.
However, not all modular stands are created equal.
Check with your supplier as to how they are made and how you can assemble it to make sure you’re happy with the process before purchasing.
You do need to consider ‘assembly time’ too when looking at this type of stand. This type of exhibition stand is a step up in ‘feel’ from a pop up or banner stand but also in set up time. If you are well practised, a pop up stand can be assembled well within 30 mins. However a modular stand could take several hours, especially when you are doing it for the first time. It’s also worth having two people around for assembly. This may not be a job for your marketing apprentice!