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Flexible Vinyl Fabrication

Durable, waterproof material for flooring, signage, and upholstery, offering easy maintenance.

Need Flexible Vinyl Parts?

Our Flexible Vinyl Fabrication Services

CNC machining is one of the most commonly used production manufacturing processes for creating complex, customizable, highly precise, and scalable parts. At Teak Isle, CNC machining is a foundational core competency with 12 state-of-the-art CNC routers. We have the infrastructure and experience to produce high-quality, custom components CNC cut to your specific needs.

Flexible Vinyl CNC Engineering

Our engineering team uses advanced nesting software to optimize sheet yield and determine the most cost-effective order multiples.

Flexible Vinyl CNC Milling

We run 12 heavy-duty 3-axis CNC routers — guaranteeing quality accurate machined parts at the scale your business needs.

Flexible Vinyl Finishing & Assembly

Post CNC Machining, we provide edge-routing, polishing, and assembly services to provide you with a ready-to-use finished part.

Flexible Vinyl Fabrication 101


  • Durable; resists weather, chemicals, water
  • Flexible; suitable for various applications
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • Cost-effective with minimal upkeep
  • Customizable in colors and patterns


  • Cannot be used as a structural element
  • Difficult to repair; may need full replacement

Common Applications

  • Healthcare facilities for hygiene and durability
  • Educational institutions for easy maintenance
  • Retail spaces for aesthetic versatility
  • Marine environments; water-resistant qualities
  • Office buildings for cost-effective flooring

Tradenames/Popular Brands
Lonseal, Loncoin

Sheet Thicknesses
.10, .12

Common Sheet Sizes
6′ & 8′ Rolls

Customer Success Stories

Teak Isle’s Low MOQs Helps HCB Yachts Offer the Customization Options Their Customers Demand

How Teak Isle Helps Godfrey Marine Turn Vision Into Reality and Improve Customers Time on the Water

An Extraordinary Commitment to Customer Service Drives Teak Isle’s Relationship with Everglades Boats