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Image Panels – Our Process

The Image Panels Process
Image Panels use premium wood panel as a backing. The wood substrate is custom cut to your specifications.


Wood is Custom Cut to Your Specifications

The artwork and optional matting are tacked to the wood substrate using archival quality dry mounting tissue.

Print and Dry Mount Tissue are Tacked to the Wood Substrate

The tacked print is then covered with a tough, durable, transparent UV cut film laminate material.

Lamination Film is Applied to the Tacked Print and Substrate

This package is then treated with heat and pressure to produce a tightly sealed laminated panel.

The Completed Package is Hot Pressed using Minimum Heat

The panels edges are then formed with a machine that cuts the bevel and permanently bonds a colored plastic film to the edge.

The pressed print package is beveled and edged

For Plaque and box type mounts a keyholed slot is routed in the back of the panel to make it ready to hang.

Float and Hollow Box mounts can either have a cleat or a keyhole.

The cleat fits a bevel cut on the top bar and is affixed to the wall to create a more stable mount for larger prints.

Cleats are pre-drilled with countersunk holes and are affixed to the wall with either drywall screws or screws with wall anchors.

Keyhole slotted prints are hung with a simple drywall screw.


Keyhole slot is cut in the back to hang the print.


Finished keyhole slot

Drywall screws are used to hang Lamiframed pictures.


Hollow Box with mounting cleat


Back details from the four presentations, Float and Hollow box can have either a keyhole slot or a mounting cleat..


A completed Reprint Mint mounting wrapped and ready for shipping.