Inlay is manufactured by cutting the materials to within 0.001” tolerance of the specified design. This results in no visual gap, but the seal between the pieces cannot be guaranteed to be water-tight. As a result, Inlay partitions should not be used in high-humidity environments or where partitions are cleaned by applying water or other liquids directly.
Inlay can be in any standard geometric shape and must be at least 6” wide and 6” tall. Inlay patterns should be supplied in DXF or DWG file format. Other formats, such as high-resolution AI, CDR, GIF, or JPEG, are also accepted with an additional charge to cover the conversion cost to DXF or DWG. The amount of this charge depends on the source file format and the level of detail in the Inlay. Contact Us to determine conversion rates if you cannot provide DXF or DWG versions of your design.
Inlay can be added to the front or back of doors and panels manufactured from Solid Surface, Wood Veneer, Compact Laminate or Plastic Laminate.
Inlay accents do not affect style options (such as Headrail Braced) or size options.
If you have further questions about Inlay, Contact Us or see our Inlay Tech Data sheet.