Mounting and trim attachment exists in multiple markets, such as transportation, appliance, furniture, construction and architecture.
Mounting: Applying an object to a surface. Generally, static loads are prevalent and the mounted item is smaller than the surface to which it is bonded. Examples include small signs, mirrors and white boards, and panel-over-panel with partial adhesive coverage.
Trim: Decoration or identification added to a surface. Examples include nameplates, edge banding, bezels, rosettes and muntin bars.