The best way to make yourself, or your company known is through exhibitions. Held for every possible business type in all corners of the United States, these conferences offer an excellent opportunity to show off your products, company, and brand image. Where as most exhibits are relatively basic, some require a bit more preparation to set up.
That is where the aluminum exhibit comes in. An aluminum exhibit is a frame of aluminum trusses that interlock. They can be designed in any number of ways, providing places for you to place lights, cameras, and heavier items. An aluminum exhibit truss system can help bring your space to the attention of everyone passing by, bringing extra attention to your company.
If you are considering using aluminum trusses for an exhibit space, then there are a few questions you should ask first.
1. Shape of truss system.
The most commonly used design is the four-pillar aluminum exhibit. This includes four aluminum trusses on each corner, along with connecter trusses reaching from pillar to pillar. This is a preferred set up because it requires only 8 trusses total, making transport and set up easy. In addition, it forms your exhibition space into its own self-enclosed structure, giving meaning to the space provided for you. Finally, the connecting aluminum trusses can be used to hang things off of, making them ideal for lights, cameras, and banners.
Though the four-poster design is most common, people have been recently breaking from this trend to create more eye popping visual effects from their trusses. This is made possible through the manufacturers of trusses, who can create specialty trusses for any purpose. As a result, set-ups like spherical truss supports are not only possible, but also frequently used. Though it may cost more money, it will definitely bring in the business.
2. Shape of the trusses
The next thing to consider is the type of truss you will be using. It is important to decide on this for two reasons, weight and strength. Central to a truss is the metal cylinder that runs along its length. A truss can have two, three, or four of these cylinders. With each cylinder, the structural support increases. However, the weight and difficulty of transport also increases. Before finalizing your plans, be sure to see if you really need the extra support. If not, you can save yourself time and money.