ALPENA, Mich. - Panel Processing has introduced its new 2019 exclusive Thermally Fused Laminate (TFL) line, The Crater Lake Collection, which includes nine exclusive colors and two new textures. The new TFL line is expected to double the company’s current production, which will increase its capacity to service more customers as well as supply a wider range of textures.
Produced on the company’s new Wemhöner Thermal Fused Laminate Line at its Klamath Falls location in Oregon, the company says the colors and textures embrace the strong natural elements that are inspired by the beauty and wonder surrounding Crater Lake, which is not far from the facility.
The Crater Lake Collection blends many of the company’s classic designs with some of the current trends in texture and color. The line features rustic, weathered neutrals with cool grays and warm taupe tones to allow nature to be brought indoors while also embodying a traditional palette ideal for creating clean design.
The company says it has also extended its capabilities with the two new textures, which were chosen to complement the woodgrain designs in the collection. The textures include Caldera, which features prominent cathedrals and arches to create a dramatic profile; and Cleetwood, which is described as a clean, linear woodgrain with subtle changes in the texture through depth and contrast.
Headquartered in Alpena, Michigan, the employee-owned company specializes in custom panel fabrication and also functions as an outsourcing partner to allow customers the extra capacity necessary to bid a job. Operating eleven manufacturing plants in the U.S., the company says it employs the latest CNC machines and equipment for boring, cutting, drilling, edge machining, edge banding, edge foiling, laminating, curtain coating paint finishes, roll coat finishes, and woodgrain gravure printing.
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