Trim Blog

When designing your decorative trim there is good sense in keeping things consistent and subtle. For instance a bright and glittering finish could become a safety hazard if used across the dash panel of a vehicle. Does subtle need to mean boring or average? Absolutely not!
Brushed aluminum is one of the more popular finishes used in the background of decorative trim. Many times the brushed metal surface is used as an accent area for the product or to enhance the product design with an authentic material.
Celebrating a milestone anniversary is a great opportunity for a company to highlight their brand and draw attention to their product. One way to do this is with a commemorative logo.
Working with designers and engineers for automotive interior trim presents projects which can push the boundaries for tooling and decoration on aluminum. In depth discussions with engineers to make sure dimensions are in line with forming tolerances take place. Similar conversations with styling ...