How-To Videos: Banner Stand Setup is a Breeze with Expand Banner Stands | LexJet Blog

How-To Videos: Banner Stand Setup is a Breeze with Expand Banner Stands

Expand Banner Stands are extremely easy to use when both installing a graphic and setting a stand up for display. Two of those stands are the XStand and the MediaScreen.

How to set up an Expand banner standExpand Banner Stands come with a lifetime warranty and all but the MediaScreen 2 Outdoor are certified by Expand for use with LexJet 5.5 Mil Matte Opaque Display Film for aqueous printers and LexJet Satin Light Block Polyester (7 Mil or 9 Mil) for solvent, low solvent, UV curable and latex printers. For more information about Expand Banner Stands at LexJet, click here.

The XStand is a lightweight option that sets up almost effortlessly. The only extra labor required prior to installing the graphic is to attach graphic plates to the four corners on the back of the finished graphic. When installing the graphic, you simply attach each corner of the graphic to one of the four arms and use the fifth arm to support the stand and adjust the display angle.

The MediaScreen is a user-friendly retractable display. Installing the graphic into the cassette is easy. Attaching the top of the graphic to the graphic rail is even easier since the rail clamps down on the graphic.

Setting up the stand for display is as simple as unfolding the foot, inserting the telescopic pole into the foot, and then lifting up the graphic and attaching it to the support pole. The telescopic support pole can then be adjusted to heights between 63″ and 88 5/8″.

The videos embedded below in the order shown include:

  • XStand Demonstration
  • MediaScreen Demonstration

Sean McGettigan has been with LexJet for more than a decade, accumulating a wealth of technical and product application knowledge as an technical marketing expert. Originally from Westwood, N.J., Sean is a graduate of both Barry University and Florida State University and is a diehard Notre Dame fan.


  1. Nice job on the video Sean! Its clear language, reinforcing text and nice close ups as the features being described. I’ll be looking into these.

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