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3x3 N Xpressions XSNAP Pop Up Display

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  • 3x3 N Xpressions XSNAP 3 Dimensional Display
  • Includes Printed Graphics
  • Portable & Lightweight
  • Quick & Easy Set Up
  • No Tools Required
  • Shipped with Graphics Attached
  • Easily Change Graphics in the Field
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  • 3x3 N Xpressions XSNAP Frame
  • (3) 1x1 Dye-Sub Fabric Panels
  • (1) 1x2 Dye-Sub Fabric Panel
  • (1) 2x1 Dye-Sub Fabric Panel
  • (1) 1x3 Dye-Sub Fabric Panel
  • Optional Shelf Available in 2 Shapes
  • Optional Carry Bag or Shipping Case
  • Optional Lighting


  • 3x3 N Xpressions XSNAP Portable & Lightweight 
  • Quick and Easy SetUp
  • Vibrant Dye-Sublimation Graphics
  • Multiple Possible Configurations
  • Frame - Open: 93.5" x 94" x 12.75"
  • Frame - Closed: 7" x 7" x 33.73"
  • Frame Weight: 12.5 lbs

Graphic Dimensions

  • (1) 28" x 28" 1x1 Panel
  • (2) 30" x 28" 1x1 Panels
  • (1) 28" x 56" 1x2 Panel
  • (1) 56" x 28" 2x1 Panel
  • (1) 28" x 83" 1x3 Panel
Price: $2,535.00

3x3 N Xpressions XSNAP Pop Up Display Progress in the trade show exhibit industry seems to come in spurts, but with the advent of high speed dye sublimation printing equipment, the Xpression's Snap 3-D graphic system, has become an immediate success story. When you first look at it you're not certain what you've got, but when you see the flexibility that the Xpression's Snap replacement panel has when it comes to being able to mix and match skins and quickly change them out very economically, the value becomes clear immediately. Because the Xpression's has so many features and benefits that other systems can't match, it's sure to continue to be a popular product You have to realize that the Xpression's Snap is a product that give you the ability to truly differentiate your product at your next trade show and provide you the exposure to new customers that you looking for.

Over the last 20 years, Optima Graphics has positioned themselves to become the unquestioned leader in furnishing graphics to the trade show industry. What happened that allowed Optima to achieve such a position in the trade show market? To begin with, Jim Hoffman, founder and president of Optima Graphics, created a culture within his company that fostered extraordinary service to the customers, and a commitment to bring to market, new high tech products. He then aggressively went out with these new systems and put them into the showrooms of every distributor of trade show products in the nation to demonstrate their value and utility in the market. Each year, Optima would roll out something new and exciting, which gave people who were associated with Optima, a position as innovators with their respective clients. To really contrast Optima, they became known for the fastest production times in the industry. Optima has set the standard of achievement so high for their competitors in that regard, that it's difficult for others to compete with them in the category that matters most; fast turn-around times. When you have a vendor relationship, where the service is so friendly and they go out of their way to produce the product correctly the first time, it's not a difficult decision to make Optima your first choice the next time you have a graphic job. So, for those of us in the exhibit business, Optima has earned out loyalty over and over, and I'm certain we'll continue to work with them in the future.

The continuous growth of online sales of trade show displays has given ShopForExhibits an chance to stand out in an industry which they are quite familiar with, and are recognized as a provider that knows every aspect of the exhibit business from firsthand experience. Lowell Nickens, who is the owner of SFE, began his career in the trade show business by starting a trade show contracting business called Classic Exposition which he operated for 10 years before selling the decorating business to GES. From there, he created an display manufacturing business called Classic Exhibits which he operated for 21 years before going into the internet business marketing exhibits. Having created many systems himself, Lowell has been able to give ShopForExhibits an edge in knowing what display systems bring a good return on the customers investment in order to maximize the exhibitor's returns when marketing their companies with trade show exhibits. Please take a look at our website and the display systems we sell and call us with any thoughts you might have.