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Traditional Walling

Traditional walling more commonly referred to as ‘Trad walling’ are supplied by some exhibition organisers instead of shell scheme. These free standing wooden walls are excellent for full coverage self-adhesive vinyl graphics. Produced with 10 mm overlap our expert installers will ensure that once in situ the graphics appear as one continuous image. Edge to edge graphics mean that none of your available wall space is wasted, allowing for maximum impact.

Printed and cut vinyl logos also work particularly well on this type of walling. Cut individually, there is no film around the vinyl leaving a clean and sophisticated look – perfect for logos to effortlessly brand your space.

For people wishing to keep their graphic after the show we are able to print the design onto canvas. This slightly more expensive option is installed onto the stand using industrial staples and are finished with a foamed clad on the side to leave a nice tidy finish.

FAQ’s about traditional walling

Are you able to send my canvas print to me?
Because of the sheer quantity of canvas prints we do, we are unable to send them out. You will be required to arrange your own collection and transportation of the canvas. Due to space restrictions, we allow a 5 day time period for the collection before the canvas will be disposed of.

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Can I have a TV on my trad walling?
Yes, you can. Please note Onward do not supply TVs please look in your exhibitor manual pr contact the show organiser to find out the recommended AV company for your event.

Will you install graphics I have purchased elsewhere?
No. As a rule we only install graphics that we have supplied. This is because graphics produced elsewhere may not be suitable for the job or be the incorrect size. x

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