Truss Trade Show Booths
Truss display systems are a unique way to change
the look of your trade show space. The truss exhibit system Midland Display offers is a collapsible,
portable, easy to set up system called "Stow Away". This patented folding
truss system gives you the unique look of structural truss with the convenience
of fold away packing for ease of set up and tear down, as well as reduced
shipping costs over conventional systems. Exhibit truss systems can be used for
structure and/or decorative elements. "Stow Away" produces striking,
eye-catching results. Most systems do tend to be heavy and bulky to ship,
but our patented "Stow Away" system is lightweight, packs small and fast
shipping cases and
is easy to set up. To see the different configurations and pricing for our "Stow Away" trusses, please visit our truss trade show booth ordering page.
These trade show truss displays can also be functional - they're great for hanging
lights and signs. Midland Display sells dozens of truss configurations to make
your trade show exhibits stand out from the crowd. Use our components to set up
large walls full of colorful product photos. Purchase these pieces to highlight
individual items, or combine several of our components for an imposing trade
show booth. While you're shopping, take a look at our wide range of display
products that complement our components at our complete trade show displays catalog.
Truss Trade Show Display System Assembly Tips:
• Using the assembly tool shown above, loosen but do not remove all truss set
screws two full turns before you begin assembly. This is important and will
all your parts go together easily. Stowaway truss set screws are shipped fully
to eliminate hardware loss.
A note regarding mounting screws and connectors; When using flat
truss, the mounting
screws for the connecting bullets should face the back of the exhibit booth to
the look of the finished booth from the front. Each piece of square truss is pre
with four connecting bullets and each flat piece is loaded with two connecting
1. Start your the assembly from the center top truss pieces of each column
and assemble towards the outside.
2. Place that assembly onto the upper truss pieces of the columns.
3. Place that assembly onto the remaining pieces of the truss columns.
This order of assembly eliminates the need to set the last pieces at the top of
column structure which will be 8 feet or higher off the floor.
NOTE: There will be some pieces of truss that will require
no connectors. Remove and save any connectors you
remove for use as spare.
Assembly of the columns is made easier when the lowest truss has the connectors
the top. This allows each consecutive truss piece or truss sub-assembly to move
more easily saving time. When your final truss configuration is complete without
the accessories installed yet, it is important that you check that all setscrews
where the truss components are joined are tight in both the horizontal and