X1 Display Frames Provide Two Exhibits With One Hardware Unit

The X1 frame is quickly becoming the "go to" pop up frame for exhibitors looking to extend their budget while still having professional and dynamic appearance changes within the display booth from show to show.

Imagine being able to change your display from a solid and seamless large 10ft graphic to the exciting and playful Xpressions unit using the same hardware you already own. Well now you can with any purchase of an Xpressions X1 display or X1-S Modular Popup system.

The beauty of the X1 frame is that is allows you to mix and match graphics and connectors to create either display unit as long as you have the necessary elements. If you purchased our X1-S and want to change it to the Xpressions appearance, you only need to buy the Xpressions graphics and you are ready to go. Or, should you have any Xpressions X1 display and want to now turn it into a Silicone Edge Graphic (SEG) seamless and continuous graphic popup, just some additional channel bar hardware and a new graphic is all you need.

No other display frame on the market today provides you with this ability with such ease. And, since each X1 frame comes with a lifetime warranty on the hardware, you can rest assured that you made a smart decision. Have something bent or broken on the frame? No problem. Just contact us and we will make arrangements to have it repaired.

Finally, the X1 systems all come with the highest quality dye sublimation printed fabric graphics available today in the USA. Our 4K print technology is unmatched and stunning. And, since each graphic is printed via dye sub, you can even machine wash your graphics should they become a bit dusty due to all your successful trade shows in so many halls.

Nothing compares to the X1 frame. We invite you to read more by downloading the linked PDF sheet below that explains some of the basics of how to convert from one display to the next. Or, why not just contact us if you need more information? We are always happy to help.

Guide to converting X1-S displays to Xpressions exhibits