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A modular miracle

A modular miracle


An investment made four years ago in a T3 modular display system from Tecna Display is said to still be paying dividends for an Australian company.

EIZO in Australia purchased a three metre-square T3 Fusion system from Composite Images back in 2010. Since then the Composite Images’ team has reconfigured and expanded the system to meet a host of new display requirements, primarily at trade exhibitions, with displays ranging in size from three by two metres up to six by three metres and incorporating a four metre-wide by one metre-high illuminated T3 Fabric light box fitted to the top of the existing stand.

The latest incarnation of the system executed by Composite Images was a six metre- long by 2.4 metre-high exhibition booth. It included a 55-inch LCD screen mounted inside the display frame, flush with the graphic panels and a six metre-long counter installed at the front of the booth. The graphics were made from digitally printed three-millimetre expanded PVC fitted with magnetic strips that were installed on site by the customer using the simple twist and lock mechanism employed.

The finished booth drew favourable comments from visitors, many of whom formed the impression that the booth had been constructed by a professional exhibition stand builder rather than assembled on site by the customer. In essence, the T3 is a custom-build display without the custom build costs.

Quick to assemble, without the need for special tools, and easy to transport, the T3 modular exhibition display system can accommodate all kinds of graphics panels, including rigid, flexible and fabric formats. The system’s modular design enables it to be reused continuously,facilitating the creation of stunningly innovative constructions at a greatly reduced cost by comparison with bespoke alternatives. All T3 components come with a lifetime guarantee.

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