Printing Roller Banner Stand
Flexpress portable pop up banner stands - the convenient way to stand out!
- 300mic Max-flat Polyester graphic
- Photo quality full colour printing
- Computer cut for smooth operation
- Strong, lightweight aluminium stand
- Convenient high spec-padded carry case
- Sturdy mechanism for regular usage
- Manufacturers 3 year guarantee
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The Flexpress Everyday Roller Banner is a great value stand that won't let you down and can be used time and time again. Unlike most budget stands it comes with a full three year guarantee against defects on both the stand and graphic panel.
Consisting of a strong and reliable aluminium cassette mechanism and a full colour graphic panel printed using scratch resistant, anti-fade latex inks onto 300 micron light block latex hybrid PVC which resists curling at the edges to ensure your banner always looks great.
Always popular at events, shows and networking meetings or even for the reception or waiting room, this convenient solution is quick and easy to assemble and comes with a handy carry bag for easy storage and transportation.
Please note: Don't confuse our everyday stand with the cheap one-time use disposable stands available from some companies. Flexpress only supply good quality products you and your customers will be delighted with.
Why Flexpress for banner stands?
- FREE 10 point file check
- FREE Next Day Dispatch
- FREE Time-slot delivery
- INCLUDES Padded carry case
- Each job printed individually so no compromises
- Cut to size using a highly accurate CNC cutting table
- 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed
Everyday Banner Stands - Artwork Help
Please choose a template below for your project. Can't find the size/style you're looking for? Contact us about custom designs and quotes.
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The download link is for a PDF, Illustrator or Indesign template - we recommend you lock these on a layer behind your design so you can ensure all artwork is accurate and in the correct position. For artwork best practice, take a look at our Artwork and File Information page.