SHELBY, Ohio - Cooper Enterprises, a contract manufacturer of wood and laminated components and assemblies, offers a wide array of services including CNC machining, edge-banding, laminating, and assembly services.

Founded in 1965, Cooper has grown into a multiple shift operation with over 100 employees, operating in over 180,000 square feet with state-of-the-art technologies.

Markets Served include store fixtures, point-of-Purchase Displays • Commercial Casework •  Recreational Products •   OEM/Industrial Components • Office Furniture. 

Machined Components

Component part machining is Cooper's specialty. The company says it uses state-of-the-art technology and machinery to ensure that its machined components are manufactured efficiently and accurately. Two large automated panel saws are capable of cutting boards up to 5 feet by 12 feet with book heights up to 5 inches. CNC machines use up to 16-foot tables with two-, four-, and six-head router configurations.

Straight-line and contour edgebanding with the ability to handle up to 3 millimeter-thick PVC, HPL, and veneer edging. Cooper also offers t-molding, and basic to complex assembly services in commercial cabinetry and custom designs. 

An addition Cooper can do Cold Press & Hot Melt Laminated Panels. Its cold press and hot melt laminating systems allow customers the flexibility to laminate wood-based panels as well as non-porous substrates. 

•    High-pressure laminate
•    Vinyl
•    Aluminum
•    Plastics
•    Wood Veneer

Miter-folding fabrication. This process eliminates post laminating, provides a clean look, and reduces the cost of production.
•    High-Pressure Laminate
•    Melamine on MDF core
•    Vinyl
•    Aluminum on Substrates
•    Plastics
•    Wood Veneer
•    Natural Wood


Cooper Enterprises offers both custom and standard casework components and assembled cabinets.
Cooper Enterprises offers:
•    Cabinet labeling
•    Direct ship to the job site
•    Warehousing
•    Engineering services

See them in Booth 540 at Cabinets & Closets Expo 2017, April 12-13 in Schaumburg, Illinois.

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