Eco-friendly Modulink Exhibition Stand Accessories

How to assemble and attach the Modulink Exhibition Arch 

  • Place the arch template on to the top of the panel where you'll be joining the arch to your Modulink backdrop. Making sure the central arrow is in the centre of the panel.
  • Secure the template onto the panel using tape along the top edge and 2 sides. 
  • Using a screwdriver, push through the labelled holes on the template, pushing all the way through the panel. This creates screw holes for fitting the arch panel.
  • Use a Stanley knife to cut the panel within the cut out slots on the template.
  • Turn the panel over, and go through the cuts at the back of the panel with the Stanley Knife. This will ensure the cut out goes right the way through the panel.
  • Both cuts out are then able to push out of the board, leaving the spaces empty, ready for the arch tabs.
  • Remove the template from the front of the panel.
  • Take the assembled end panel and lay this down, inserting the overhead arch panel tabs in to the slots.
  • Secure the tabs into place on the inside of the column by inserting the stoppers into the tab slots.
  • Fold the side tabs in so they are sitting flush on the arch panel. Place a washer over the screw, pushing the screw through the tab and arch column.
  • Add a washer to the underside of the screw and finish with a wing nut. Complete this process on all 4 holes.
  • Once the top arch panel has been secured, lift the arch column into a standing position.
  • Connect the top arch on to the earlier panel where the cut outs were made. Slot the tabs in to those cut outs, secure into place as per steps 10 & 11.  When fitted correctly, the top arch panel will be flush with the end panel.

View the full PDF assembly guide for the Modulink Exhibition Arch.

How to assemble the Modulink Exhibition Cupboard

  • Take the back and side panel of the cupboard, position at a right angle ready to connect the tabs at the back.
  • At the back of the panels, secure the 2 tabs together. Place a washer over the screw and push through the hole going through both tabs.
  • Once through both tabs, add a washer and wingnut. Tighten in to place. Following steps 2 & 3 along the 4 holes running from top to bottom.
  • Connect the door column and frame together. Slot the tabs into the cut spaces on the side of the door column.
  • Turn the column over and you'll be able to see if the tabs have pushed all the way through. Ensure they are fully through before step 6. 
  • Push the stopper through the gap in the tab. This will connect the frame to the column section. Complete on all 4 tabs.
  • Next, position the front cupboard panel, laying next to the column panel. Take the tab on each section, pulling flush together ready for fitting.
  • Connect the 2 sections together using a screw and washer and pushing through both tabs and securing with another washer and wingnut. Complete this step on the middle holes only!
  • Fold the column panel over so the panel creates a cube shape for the full length of the cupboard. 
  • Once folded over, take screw with a washer on and push through the drilled holes. 
  • Place a washer on the other side of the screw which has now pushed through to the centre of the column section. Complete with a wingnut and complete this process on the 2 holes at the top and bottom of this panel.
  • Take the header panel and fold into shape. 
  • Take the folded header panel and slot into the space at the end of the assembled column section.
  • Lock the header into place by feeding the stopper inside the column and into the tab you inserted in step 13.
  • Insert the screw and washer into the 4 designated holes on the header panel. Securing the 4 screws on the inside of the column by adding another washer and wingnut. 
  • Stand the section you've just built upright and line up with the back and side panel assembled in steps 2 & 3. Making sure the pre-drilled holes line up with the side panel.
  • Once the panels are lined up at the edges, put a screw only through the front panel and into the side panel tab. The screw head should be facing out of the printed panel. 
  • Finish securing all 4 holes located top middle and bottom, by adding a washer and wingnut. 
  • Take the printed door panel and slot between the back cupboard panel and the connecting Modulink panel.
  • The cupboard door will now be in between 2 tabs and should be adjusted to sit in line with those.
  • Connect all 3 sections together. Start with a washer on a screw and securing on the other side with the 2nd washer and finally the wingnut. Complete on all 4 pre-drilled holes. 
  • Once fitted into place, check that the door panel is level at the top and side of the panel.
  • This can be adjusted by moving the connected side panel and door column.
  • Take the 2 sets of magnetic strips. Leave the 2 halves connected and remove 1 of the backings to the self adhesive pad. 
  • Connect 1 set to the top and 1 set to the bottom of the door frame. 
  • Remove the backing of the front facing magnet on the top and bottom.
  • Close the door and add pressure to the area where the self adhesive meets the cupboard door.
  • This method will ensure the magnets are at the right height to securely close. Add pressure over the door panel magnet to confirm attached. 

View the full PDF guide for the Modulink Exhibition Cupboard.