Modern Inline Exhibits
Magellan Hybrid Display
One look at the Magellan Hybrid Display line and you know this is a display system that defies cliches. Magellan Hybrids are shocking and alluring and imaginative and unlike any other exhibit anywhere. They’re not for the cautious or the faint of heart, which is why they attract so much attention. Designers love them because they challenge how graphics are presented to exhibit attendees. No straight lines. No true 90 degree angles.
The durable aluminum frame sets-up in less than 60 minutes for a 10 x 10 using quick-assist knobs, and the tension fabric graphics attach with Velcro. It’s that easy. When it’s time to go, there’s no worries since all parts are numbered and every component packs securely into custom die-cut foam packaging. Every part has a place, every component has a home. That’s the beauty of the Magellan Hybrid Displays.
The system is named after Ferdinand Magellan, the Portuguese explorer whose expedition resulted in the first circumnavigation of the earth. Magellan sailed from Seville in August 1519 with five ships. After three years, one ship, the Victoria, returned to Spain on September 1522.
Features and Benefits:
- Durable Engineered Aluminum Frame
- Vivid Tension Fabric Graphics
- 10 ft. and 20 ft. Kits
- Monitor, Workstation, and Pedestal Options
- Easy Knob-assisted Assembly
- Individually Numbered Components
- Reusable Die-cut Foam Packaging
- Roto-molded Case(s) with Wheels