Ultima Displays launches FASTFRAME™

FASTFRAME™ is a brand new modular, foldable SEG frame and graphic system, exclusively from Ultima Displays

Ultima’s new FASTFRAME system can be assembled in just seconds. The tool-less modular system offers a versatile and sustainable solution to creative display projects.

This alternative to roller banners, standard pop-ups, and exhibition stands can be connected, stacked and endlessly reconfigured to achieve eye-catching displays.

There are five standard sizes, and 3 bundle kits available exclusively from Ultima Displays.

Frames can be assembled tool-free to full height in no time, thanks to the patented technology with individual frames joined together using a number of straight or angled connector options.

The SEG (Silicon Edge Graphics) graphic slots easily through the channel of both single or joined units. This allows for seamless displays, making it ideal for feature backwalls. Graphics can be used single or double-sided to suit your space.

FASTFRAME can be used again and again and reconfigured each time. To update the display, simply reconfigure your framework sizing and update the graphics. This lightweight and portable system offers a cost-effective display solution that can evolve to suit your requirements.

“FASTFRAME is a gamechanger. It makes attending an event quick and easy for its users. Easy to carry and fast to set up, FASTFRAME gives so many options to suit a variety of needs. It’s the new industry standard for Modular Exhibition Solutions, exclusive to Ultima Displays.” Jonathan Younger, European Marketing Director Ultima Displays.


  • Foldable SEG Modular Frame System – can be connected in-line or stacked to create large back drops.
  • Toolless build, making it quick and easy to put up and take down.
  • Lightweight, portable and compact to store when not in use.
  • Ultra slim 40mm wide frame.
  • Sustainable aluminium system that can be endlessly reconfigured and re-used.
  • Versatile and reusable for projects large and small.
  • Dye sublimated printed SEG graphics using water-based inks.
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