Bigger Printing is pleased to present it's latest product, the exhibition tower. The tower made its debut at the Leeds Beckett University Suppliers Fair back at the end of January.
The tower is created by shape-cutting foam board (foamex) into panels that simply slot together. Assembling the tower is therefore incredibly easy and quick. Depending on the panels, they could be interchangeable, allowing for the tower to be changed for different events, or different heights as required.
The panels can be printed on both sides, allowing for a lot of information, and / or brand elements to be displayed. The tower is lightweight, when dismantled it takes up little space, and does not require any tools or additional materials such as take or Velcro to assemble. As the tower can be erected or dismantled very quickly, it is perfect for trade shows and exhibitions where it is preferable to avoid transporting heavy display systems. The exhibition tower works best when combined with traditional exhibition display systems such as roll-up banners, a Twist display, or a Curve display.
The tower was also successfully used as a timed game on Bigger Printing's stand at the Leeds Beckett Supplier Fair. The faculty were timed building the tower, and the fastest by the end of the day received a prize. This proved to be a very popular element of the stand, and a great interaction catalyst. Please view the view below to see this in action.
For a more detailed look into how the tower is built from a stack of panels, please watch the video below. The tower does not require any additional elements such as glue, tape, Velcro etc. to be assembled. The panels simply slot in together using the shape-cut groves.