Tex-Flex Printed Fabric Arch Display
Dispatched in 7 working days from receipt of order and artwork
- Designed and manufactured in the UK by Go Displays.
- Available in 2 heights; 2700mm and 2650mm
- Designed to allow for over and under arch display
- Includes 1 fabric double sided graphic panel which slips over the frame and zips shut
- Quick and easy to assemble
- Stylish addition to any exhibition stand
- Every pop up is digitally printed in-house using high quality pigment-based ink
- Printed onto stretch display polyester fabric
- Printed using dye-sublimation printer to ensure long lasting full colour
- Includes storage bag
- Still not convinced? Come along to our showroom in Peterborough to see for yourself!
The Tex-Flex Printed Fabric Arch is an innovative design and takes your exhibition style to the next level. There are many ways in which the printed exhibition arch can be used; as a welcome arch, information area and to frame your exhibition stand. Using the Tex-Flex printed arch alone provides a simple arch way, but when added together can become a configuration of your choice.
Each kit is supplied with a double sided fabric graphic panel, which will be completed with your custom artwork. The double sided finish provides plenty of space to create eye catching and information designs to bring your exhibition stand design together.
We have 2 heights available which range from 2700mm & 2650mm. Despite the large width and height, your exhibition arch comes supplied with a carry bag. The lightweight tube system and printed graphics can be easily transported to all of your upcoming events.
What are the benefits of the Tex-Flex Fabric Printed Arch?
- Double sided printed graphic panel
- Uses a stretch fabric
- Customise your artwork
- Easy to transport
- Made in the UK
All fabric displays, exhibition stands and banner stands are made and manufactured in the UK, by Go Displays.
All our fabric displays are printed using a dye-sublimation printer, which allows the colour to be transferred into the fabric using heat and pressure, as opposed to digital printing which applies the colour to the top of the material. This ensures longevity as well as a high resolution, near permanent full colour print.