Our Story

We are an independent cabinet manufacturer that is revolutionizing the industry. Inspired by machines like the typewriter that advanced and transformed the speed at which we communicate, we have developed state-of-the-art manufacturing processes to bring you high-quality, custom cabinetry faster than anyone else.

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“Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” Steve Jobs

Our Team

Things move fast around here so we assembled a talented team of expert individuals who can keep up with the pace. Our experienced team enjoys problem solving and getting things done. Our passion for precision – in machinery and our work – means we care about getting it right the first time.

Our Process

In a world where companies claim innovation, we prove it through our process. We source the highest-quality raw materials, continuously research and develop new products, invest in the latest technologies, and perfect best practices.

Rail Car Stop
0 Melamine Press
0 Clean Room
1 Inventory
2 Cutting
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Edgebanding Cooling
Assembly 1
Assembly 2

We have our own rail car stop to unload our weekly shipment of premium grade cores at our panel storage building. Panels are trasported daily to our lamination and machining facility.

Our manufacturing facility has their own in-house melamine press. Every panel is processed through this machine using heat and pressure.

Panels requiring specialty lamination go to our cleanroom environment to get an impeccably smooth surface required for high-gloss and matte lamination. Removing dust particles from the air prevents surface inconsistencies that would like a small blemish in the final product.

Laminated panels are stored in our automated inventory system. Using a robotic arm, panels are called from inventory and fed into our pre-programed saw for cut-to-size parts.

The automated saw is programmed to cut our standard 4'x 8' panel with minimum waste. A robotic arm moves the cut parts to a conveyor system to continue machining.

Industrial strength suction cups easily move the cut parts from machine to machine to prevent damage.

Once the cut parts are edgebanded they moved into a picker rack before inspection.

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You’ll notice we love vintage typewriters, the keys were the inspiration for our logo and we like them to use them as décor, but there are faster ways to reach us than writing a letter.

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