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The new Link2 roller banner is the World’s first true light-weight affordable linking banner stand. The Link2 allows for unlimited banners to be seamlessly joined together creating professional,promotional and exhibition backdrops. Also, each Link2 banner stand has interchangeable graphic capabilities, so for the first time you can now easily change graphics yourself, meaning that you can use Link2 hardware indefinitely. Other advantages include a patented tension system that aids graphic alignment on uneven floors, integrated LED lighting and a flexible panel option making it ideal for shell schemes.
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The Link2 roller banner has been designed and engineered to create near instantaneous backdrops and exhibition stands with the minimum of fuss. Many of us have experienced displays that have either been difficult, overly complicated or time-consuming to erect only to discover that the graphics do not align correctly or have become damaged. Whilst having the benefits of traditional roller banners, such as cost, ease of use and portability, the Link2 also addresses many of the issues that have traditionally plagued portable exhibition equipment. For example, any number of Link2 can be joined together to create quick, professional and seamless exhibition displays with no visible gaps.
This process is made even easier using the patented levelling system because graphics will always align on difficult and uneven surfaces. If more flexibility is needed then using a flexi-link panel, allows unique and bespoke configurations to be created. Finally, graphics never need to be handled and are always protected when not in use reducing the potential for damage.
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The Link2 roller banner is the perfect solution for small to medium stand spaces. Its versatility means that you have total control of the configurations you create. This is especially relevant because available stand spaces can vary from exhibition to exhibition.