Telescopic wall

The telescopic wall is a well-known structural model, which has been around for several years. Light and easy to transport, the telescopic wall is very economical. M&M Graphic has this model in stock.

The telescopic wall is adjustable as desired. It is aptly named “telescopic wall” because of its poles that can be reduced or expanded horizontally and vertically. Thus, it is possible to obtain a structure from 36 ” to 120 ” in width and from 36 ” to 96 ” in height. The smallest canvas that can be displayed there is therefore 36” wide x 36” high and the largest is 120” wide x 96” high. We can therefore use the same structure for different canvas formats, without having to buy a new structure for each desired format, which is a great advantage!

The fabrics produced for this structure are single-sided printing. The back can be black or white, as desired. If you wish to obtain a canvas printed on both sides for the telescopic wall, you must contact a representative so that he can see the possibilities. For very large formats, it is difficult to register print a double-sided canvas, but for smaller formats it may be possible.

The poles are made of plastic, black in color, and they fit together.

The telescopic wall is self-supporting. It has two legs at the bottom to be very stable.

Ideal as a background wall for a stand, or to promote an event, the telescopic wall is practical and versatile. It is light and compact, so ideal for transport of all kinds, whether by plane, car or train.

As the structure of the telescopic wall is variable as desired in terms of formats, there is no single assigned template for the graphic assembly of its canvas. To prepare an electronic file for this product, just go to the website in the “Downloads / Templates” section, find the templates section for the telescopic wall and download the file that has the format closest to the one projected .

It then remains to open the file with the Adobe Illustrator software and adjust the document to the format that corresponds exactly to the projected canvas.

For example, if you want a telescopic wall 48” wide x 96” high, choose the template closest to this format, i.e. the 60” x 96” format, then we adjust the file format accordingly (48” x 96”). To achieve this, it will suffice to reduce the width of the template while keeping the same safety margins at the outer edge of the canvas. These margins are important for finishing. They relate to the seam allowance, the bleeds and the typographic safety zone.

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