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Question On Banner Stand Heights

April 1st, 2008 by Bruce --> · 3 Comments

Tags: Trade Show Displays

3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Trade Show Help // Apr 2, 2008 at 8:02 am

    Hi Dale,

    Most of the better banner stands can be created so that the graphics can be shown either full height or 1/2 height. You can set up your art work on the grid for your banner stand so what when 1 pole is used only the top half of the graphic is shown.
    It takes a bit of creative talent getting the grid set up correctly but when done right it is a beautiful thing. This is a great way of creating an inexpensive portable table top display with the added versatility of being able to use it full height when the need warrants it. Here’s a good example of a banner stand being used this way. Banner Stand Options

  • 2 Dale Obrochta // Apr 8, 2008 at 11:32 am

    If I wanted to do a mock up before sending to the graphics department– Is it best to have the photos taken at 10 megapixels when I send them to you. I just trying to figure out how to develop a mock up so I know what I’m going to order. Or do you provide a “template” of some type so I can build it first and get an idea of what I would be ordering?

  • 3 Trade Show Help // Apr 9, 2008 at 1:38 pm

    Yes there is an art grid where you would need to place your graphics to make sure they are the right size. I have attached an art grid for a dual height banner stand to this post so you can take a look. Remember that the art is needed full sized, it won’t look right with taking a photo from a website and stretching it out to banner stand size, you may need to talk to a graphic designer to get a better idea of the art requirements.

    Art grid for 48″ dual height banner stand

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