Installing Pannier’s exhibit bases and frames is a fairly straightforward process; however, sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words. We recently developed a series of step-by-step instructional videos to help understand what is involved in installing your exhibit bases, even before the crate hits your doorstep.
These three videos include instructions on attaching a pedestal leg to a frame, inserting a panel into the frame, and a complete step-by-step guide for installing your exhibit base, start to finish. We are very excited to be able to offer these videos to our customers, and hope you find them as useful as we found them fun to make!
The step-by-step Installation video shows you how to install your wayside from the time you open your crate. This video follows the instructions included with the assembly instruction sheet in your crate, and gives you everything you need to know for the installation process.
The Frame-to-Pedestal leg video explains how to use the included button head screws to secure your pedestal legs to your frame.
The Panel-to-Frame Installation video walks you through installing a new panel into your frame.
If you have any questions throughout the installation process please contact one of our Business Development Representatives. Enjoy!
Panel Installation (into frame)
This short video will explain the process of inserting a panel into a Pannier frame.
Frame to Pedestal Leg Installation
This short video will explain how to attach a pedestal leg to the back of a Pannier frame.
Complete Step-by-Step Installation Guide
This five minute video will guide you through installing your exhibit base from start to finish. While this is for a low profile base, the same principles can be applied to almost all of our bases.
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