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This fully magnetic popup display system provides a graphic or velcro receptive fabric backwall. The popup displays require no tools for assembly, are portable, versatile, durable and easy to use. The Coyote line features a plethora of accessory options to add such as shelves, monitor mounts and case-to-counter conversion kits and graphics.
The classic popup display system combines reliability, portability and style • State-of-the-art rare earth neo magnets on individual channel bars make Coyotes fast and easy to popup and breakdown, especially when compared to complicated “snap in” channel bars and fragile locking style systems • All PopUp displays are offered in curved or straight systems, single or double sided • Option of combining either captivating graphic mural panels or versatile Velcro-friendly fabric panels
Pop-up exhibits are the most common type of portable exhibit and comprise a collapsible, lightweight framework truss (usually a combination of aluminum and plastic) that literally pops up to form a curved or straight back wall. The structure is then covered with hook-and-loop-compatible fabric, magnetic wall panels, or stretch-fabric “pillowcases” that simply drape over the pop-up’s frame.
Pop-up exhibits are generally sold in 8-foot and 10-foot widths. When determining which size to purchase, consider the size of the pipe and drape that might border your booth space at the show. For example, you may have a 10-by-10-foot space, but the pipe and drape take up a few inches of that real estate. I learned that lesson the hard way when the 10-foot-wide pop-up I brought to a show didn’t quite fit inside my 10-foot-wide space because the pipe and drape took up about 3 inches.
Pop-up exhibits feature a range of optional accessories, including conversion kits to transform your shipping case into a counter, wall-washer or spot stem lights to illuminate exhibit graphics, connector kits to link multiple pop-up exhibits into a single in-line back wall, and upgraded shipping cases with additional padding and sections to protect your exhibit, graphics, and accessories.
Considering the accessories and functionality of pop-ups, they’re an inexpensive alternative to custom exhibits. However, the lightweight aluminum frame that supports most pop-ups is susceptible to bending during setup and teardown. So check the strength of the frame and determine whether the warranty covers replacement and repair before you buy.
Despite the general fragility of the frame (and the fact that many pop-ups aren’t designed to support anything hanging off the back wall) pop-ups are quite versatile. For example, fabric wall panels are compatible with hook-and-loop fasteners, making it easy to switch out graphics. Also, since pop-ups are lightweight, easy to transport, and a snap to set up, you’ll likely save big money on shipping, material handling, and I&D.