Lite displays are the wave of the future when it comes to panel displays at trade shows. These exhibits are new, modern, and guaranteed to make your booth visitors ooh and ahh. If you’re thinking of investing in a Lite display, here’s everything you need to know about them.
What are Lite systems?
Lite displays are 3D units that consist of two parts: plastic panels and nodes. With just these two components, you can create virtually any shape or configuration with your display. There are no tools required to construct a LITE system; just connect the panels and nodes and you’re done.
How can I use a Lite display in my space?
Lite systems can be constructed into whatever configuration best suits your needs. Whether you want flat, curved or angled wall, or a tower or box, it’s as simple as connecting the pieces into your desired shape.
How do I customize the panels?
Lite displays are easily customized with the graphics of your choice. Images can be affixed to the panels in one of two ways. The first way is to use an adhesive graphic, which sticks directly onto the plastic panel. This is less expensive, and graphics can be applied to both the front and backs of the panels. However, if you want to change them out, you won’t be able to reuse the graphics. The other option, which is a bit more expensive, involves a magnetic underlay which is applied to the panels. Graphics are then printed with a magnetic coating, allowing you to stick and unstick them as often as you like.
What else can I do with a Lite panel display?
Lite systems are certainly effective tools all on their own, but there are a few upgrades available that you can purchase with your unit. Light fixtures, shelving units, podiums, and table mounts are just a few of the add-ons you can include with the system to add more features.