Feeney Inc. has been around since 1948 when it was established as a post-war maritime rigging company making industrial wire rope. The Ralston family bought it in 1979 and the company now makes cable and rail systems.
But they recently announced some great new alternatives to wire rope cables. Feeney now features resin and laser cut infill panels to use with their rail systems!
The acrylic panels come with many different materials such as handmade paper and natural grasses sandwiched between two sheets, to offer a variety of looks and textures for different styles and applications.
And the laser cut designs come in an array of colors. (That Kona coffee bean design would be a cute detail in a café!)