Custom truss trade show displays are exhibits using an aluminum or steel framework for forming a type of shell that is then used to display graphics, display cases, shelving, LCD monitors, pegboards, and many other accessories for the trade show booth. A truss display has a lot of benefits and is unique in functionality and appearance. The truss both generally has a hardcore, industrial, rugged look that fits well with its purpose. The truss can bear a lot of weight and is in fact known for its weight-bearing capabilities. It can even be used as a double-decker for display purposes.
Some Truss Display Types and Uses
Certain truss manufacturers these days are using plastics and resins with a thin tubing framework. These are mostly decorative trusses and have minimum weight-load bearing capability. They are not capable of holding shelving and monitors and other such items.
Before you make a purchase, always ask about the truss s weight-bearing capacity. Steel trusses for trade shows are great for holding pegboard and shelving for the product displays. Trusses are mainly used by apparel manufacturers, book publishers, distributors, electronic companies, and many others. Large graphics panels are best displayed on the trusses.
Benefits for Promotions
The truss displays also act as promotional vehicle. For example, many companies use them as a framework for holding';products 'such as graphics and large fabrics that have been custom printed with the brand s marketing messages. The LCD monitor and graphics panel combination is an amazing way to get your message across to prospective customers.
The most important advantage of the custom truss displays is their flexibility. The display can be pieced together from standard components. This means you can use it the way you like and give it a look the way you prefer.
For example, you can purchase a 10-foot truss display and then buy extra components in case you have a need for a 10X20 booth. In case you are attending multiple trade shows, you can change it to your requirement. Check out a lot of displays before making a purchase.