5 key points highlighting the solution to large event installations

Modular Backdrop System

November 23, 2020

How do you build a giant projection screen in just 2 hours?

(12 meters long by 3.6 meters high)

One of the things we like most about the projects we do is to see the look of surprise (wow factor) and satisfaction that our customers have when they see the simplicity and speed of our system. On this occasion we have collaborated with Showtex in the assembly of a front projection screen that is 12 metres long and 3.6 metres high.


The great challenges and things to take into account in this type of assembly are

1. Speed:

Normally this type of installation is carried out in a time frame that must be respected and complied with in order to avoid inconveniences and extra costs for the customer.

2. Transport:

In many projects, the material must be moved from one city to another or sometimes to other countries.

3. Technician and tools:

Technician (sometimes specialised) must be taken into account as well as the tools and material necessary for the assembly of the event.

4. Product size:

A giant front projection screen must guarantee a perfect and complete image where there are no seams or folds.

5. Cost effectiveness:

In today’s market there are many solutions for creating an installation of this type. It is important to think about the ecological footprint it leaves.



It is unusual that for a structure of this size only 2 workers and a couple of hours of assembly are needed and 4 more people to be able to put it up with hardly any effort, without tools and using only one flightcase for its transport.

If you want to create a solid structure which is very easy to assemble and which also helps you earn money and save time, Av-drop help and accompany you from the beginning to the end because this tool is very easy to learn and has many applications.


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