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ISOframe Fabric Exhibition Stand

The ISOframe Fabric is ideal for achieving a high impact display in shell-schemes and on freestanding stands.

The ISOframe Fabric is a self-build stand that can be built to almost any size and shape and provides a large seamless display with no visible join lines. Compared to most other fabric based systems, the ISOframe Fabric is lightweight, portable and much faster to build.

The ISOframe Fabric is flexible too. As well as a high impact, seamless display, you can create curved or straight walls and add accessories including media screens, backlit panels and doors for storage or a meeting room. ISOframe Fabric panels can also be added to other ISOframe stand types to create visual impact and, if required, provide a wall for projections.

Key Features

Design your ISOframe Fabric stand using our online 3D tool. Build your stand, upload your graphics and export your design. We can help turn that vision into reality! Just call 01283 575097 or email sales@isoframe.co.uk.

How it works

ISOframe Fabric

Silicone-edged fabric simply glides into a channel in the metalwork to create a stunning, high-impact display that can be cladded or used as a freestanding structure.

The system is our most portable yet; Fabric makes it possible to pack away the graphics in the smallest of spaces and the framework reduces down to easily fit in a car. Longer lengths can be used to reduce the number of components and cost. ISOframe Fabric is the fastest all-metal textile frame available, our patented FASTclamp enables it to be built 15 times faster and without screws!

ISOframe Fabric allows you to build your stand without levelling, it looks great even on the most uneven floor. Media screens, literature holders and other accessories can be added if required; Fabric is ideal for adding personality to shell scheme stands or for providing a feature wall as part of a freestanding display.

1) The new clamp allows the base support to be attached to the framework without tools

2) L plates are inserted into the channel with the FASTclamp in the open position

3) With the clamp closed, the corner can be completed by attaching a post to the other side

4) Posts can be extended by slotting further posts and clamping together

5) Complete frames can be attached together at the corner with the new clamp to create 90 degree shapes

6) The fabric can then be eased into the channel in the frame with the special silicone edge

Case Studies

Stannah

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Custom- Optos

Optos Case study

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Formaplex Case study

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Custom- Best Western

Best Western Case study

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SPAL Case study

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