Fabric Display Stands
THESE ARE NOT YOUR USUAL POP-UP BANNERS!! Help your Business really STAND OUT with these fab, fabric stands.
Our fabric display Stands are made up of two main components — a strong, lightweight, tubular aluminium frame and a printed fabric cover. The 260gsm ‘stretch’ fabric cover is printed on the front and reverse as standard. They are designed to fit snugly over the frame and secured at one edge with a zip fastening.
The fabric cover is washable, changeable, and additional covers can be ordered separately.
These display stands give you a superior presence at exhibitions and are ideal for permanent indoor office or studio props.
All prices exclude vat, but do include delivery to 1 mainland UK address.
2.3m 'London' Pop-up £158.00
2m 'Tokyo' Pop-up £182.00
2.3m x 3m 'Rome' Curved Display £368.00
2.3m x 3m 'New York' Straight Display £388.00
Pop-up Literature Display Stand £132.00
Artwork Guidelines for Fabric Displays
Artwork should be supplied at 100% size and should adhere to the following guidelines:
Please supply two pages if you require full colour print on both sides.
Colour mode: CMYK
Ink levels total 300% or lower
Solid black is best supplied as 100% black (not rich black or 4-colour black)
Images 50 – 150dpi
All fonts converted to outlines
Minimum 10% tints
Do not try to colour match vector colours to rasterised colours. The rip treats these differently and there will be a visible difference in the final print.
No layered .psd files, transparency effects or vector gradients
Save as a high resolution PDF from InDesign
No template guides should be on the final PDF. If they are on your final PDF they will print!
Respect the ‘Quiet Zone’ – see below
It’s not a leaflet. Big, bold designs are the most effective.
Text should be as large as possible to ensure it is readable from a distance. For ‘small print’ you should not go below 24pt for dark text on a light background, and 48pt for reversed out text.
Single sided flags have 80-90% show through on the reverse.
All PDF page boxes should be set to the correct page size (finished size + bleed)
Quiet Zone & Bleed
Respect the ‘Quiet Zone’ (blue shaded area below). Fabric stretches and shrinks (different amounts in different directions) during the production process so there is less accuracy compared to paper.
The templates may appear unusually large or proportioned. This is to allow for the stretch/shrinkage of the material. For best results, keep all important elements such as text and logos well within the quiet zone areas but bleed background images/colours to the page edge. Do not try to match up designs from the front to the reverse.
The trim guide on the template shows roughly where the fabric will be cut. Please bleed your artwork to the page edge.
Finishing fabric displays is a manual process of cutting and stitching, therefore additional bleed is required. For raw fabric add 50mm bleed to each edge of the finished size you require.
Example below is a PDF of a Rome Fabric Display Stand. The blue area shows the ‘Quiet Zone’ and the purple lines indicate the trim lines.