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Thermally Fused Laminate (TFL) Decorative Panels: Attractive, Durable, & Sustainable

Sponsored By: Composite Panel Association

Description: Thermally fused laminate (TFL), formerly known as thermally fused melamine (TFM) or low-pressure laminate (LPL), is a decorative surfacing material used in cabinetry, countertops, shelving, store fixtures, moldings, and furniture in commercial and residential applications. This course explores the history of the surface treatment, its manufacture and sustainability, end-use considerations, compatibility with other decorative surfaces, and innovative design options.

Presented by: Allyson O’Sullivan, Composite Panel Association

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