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Infinite variety with Tecna’s T3

The T3 display system from TecnaUK, which is both designed and engineered in the UK, notably offers a simple, patented, twist and lock mechanism that enables users to build just about any style, size and shape of structure imaginable.

The T3 system, which is the only one of its kind to offer a lifetime warranty, can incorporate lighting, shelving, doors, roof structures, stairs and more, in fact one customer even used it to build a replica of a double decker bus! In addition, the T3 Airframe and Fabframe products are flexible enough for use in a shell scheme or space only exhibition stand.

However, although the cost effectiveness argument for companies to purchase their own system that can be used several times over is already well documented, it’s worth noting that all T3 developed products will retro fit for many years to come.  Thus, those who invested in a in T3 system five years ago can still use the new accessories and fitments that are currently being developed for the system today and can include such innovations as shelf supports, lighting fitments, TV screens and much more besides.

T3 continues to lead the way in revolutionising customised displays: for example, by combining fabric and T3 aluminium framing, instead of using traditional wood, nails and paint, companies are shaving thousands of pounds off the build costs of their exhibition stands, saving hours of skilled labour and capitalising on reusability.  What’s more, as well as facilitating the creation of a seamless graphic, the fabric can easily be washed if it becomes a little grubby during the normal daily wear and tear of a trade show.

To find out how Tecna’s designers and sales advisors are able to provide help and advice every step along the way to ensure that customers’ objectives relating to size, scope and impact are fully achieved, visit the Tecna website.

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