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96 AV Stumpfl Screens


AV Stumpfl is an Austrian family business which was founded out of a hobby and passion. Today AV Stumpfl is one of the most successful manufacturers of presentation and installation technology.


Large scale projection simplified Monoblox®


is the mobile projection screen choice of the world’s leading rental & staging companies. Lowest total cost of ownership, European manufacturing precision, best picture quality and 5 years of warranty. Simplify your way of projecting.


The big picture out of the b(l)ox


Have you ever needed a large display that is lightweight, fits into a small carrying case, has no loose parts or cables and can be intuitively set up by a single person?


Ideal solution for: • Corporate events • Product presentations • Trade shows


• Education & training courses • HD audio visual presentations • Live concerts and shows • Hotels


• Corporate buildings • Mobile cinema


The frame


High precision extruded aluminum profiles and snap joints define the skeleton of the projection screen. The entire frame block unfolds and the snap joints lock automatically. No parts can get lost and set up is intuitive. Our unique combination of in house development, sophisticated CNC machinery and hand- picked materials as well as quality control enable us to achieve the least tolerances and the longest part life times on the market


The surfaces


This projection screen has virtually invisible snaps on the border. Our PVC surfaces can be stretched easily and attached to the frame with snaps. The surface is always perfectly matt, seamless and fit accurately to the projected image.


What’s more, their our proprietary materials meet the global standards of the critical rental and staging industry.


Please call the office for more information


These mobile projection screens feature easier handling, quicker setup, lower acquisition and operating costs combined with a higher resolution image quality over fixed display solutions.


SCREENS


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