6' x 10' Straight Stretch Fabric Zip Stand
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6' x 10' Stretch Fabric Zip Stand Display 1-1/4" Tube• Page Size with Bleed - 74” wide x 120” high• Actual graphics area of the frame size is 72” wide x 117.5”• Press PDF, JPG, or EPS files are preferred, with text converted to outlines or curves.• CMYK color space is best, RGB works ok.• Image resolution should be approx 125dpi at final size for best printing.• Large files should be uploaded after the order is placed using the "File Upload" tab at the top of the website.
How to order with multiple or large files• Place your order for the total number of stretch fabric display stands you want and check out.• After you place your order, go to our "File Upload" tab located on the top of the home page. There you can upload up to 6 files at a time, if you have more than 6 , simply send another set.• We connect your order and your files by the email you use on your order and the file upload. If we have any questions we will let you know.• We will be in contact with you on all orders before we go to print.
Link for full Installation Instructions
Assemble the frame - Less the feet.
Pull the fabric over the frame and pull on the sides evenly.
They may catch a bit on the tube joints, just pull the fabric out and over to continue. Once the fabric is on the frame it is easiest to lay the frame down to zip the fabric under the bottom tube.
Zipping the fabric
Find the end where the zipper is to start.
Grab both sides of the fabric and pull around the bottom tube of the frame. This stretches the fabric and makes it easier to set the zipper.
Start the zipper and zip it across the bottom of the stand, pulling the fabric down if need be.
Add the feet to your Zip Stand and stand it up.
Adjustments: These tube frames can be easily adjusted if there is a twist to the frame after the fabric is on. Simply twist the frame until it is flat. The tension of the fabric will hold it where you set it.