Pull Up Banners
Fastest setup of all the portable banner stands we have. Your graphics are printed on a high quality vinyl and retracted into the base.
How to set up a pull up banner and stand;
Remove the stand from the case and put feet first on the ground. Assemble the pole, and if you are using our Professional (Pro Series) then extend the telescopic top piece to the black line we have set on the pole. Our team has set this mark to make it easy for you to set up. Once the pole is set up, grab the top bar from the top of the stand and pull up. If you are setting up a full size 84" or 92" stand, then an easy trick is to hold the pole and walk back from the stand as you pull up the banner. By moving back you will be able to attach the top rail to the pole at eye level, then when attached smply walk back and set the stand up verically.
Retracting you banner stand;
For this process you will need to again lean the stand back and remove the pole from the top bar and slowly retract it into the base. On most occasions the banner will track to one side or the other. Simply lift the banner back up and straighte it out and lower again. Repeat this process until the banner is inside the base.
A lightweight and inexpensive way to display your banner. The plastic X frame on back bends and clips into your grommeted banner in the 4 corners.
How to set up an X banner stand;
Assemble the frame by attaching the sections together. You will end up with a part of the frame that looks like an X with a leg off the back. Simply attach the corners of the X to the 4 corners on the banner and you shoud be good to go.
L Banner Stand
L banner stands are a combination of a lightweight frame and banner. The banner comes attached with a top and bottom bar. The pole then tensions up the banner to form a free standing banner.
How to set up an L Banner Stand;
Remove the frame from the case and spin the foot 90 degrees to the bottom bar. Then assemble the pole and attach it to the back of the foot and then attach to the top bar on the banner. This may take some bowing of the pole, but your banner shoud be able to stand straight up with some adjustment.