Since 1976, Cassese has been revolutionizing the world of framing.

First, by inventing the wedge & underpinner for joining frames ; and then a few years later, inventing the flexible point. Today Cassese still remains the preferred choice in over 120 countries for engineering the highest quality underpinners, choppers, double-mitre saws and back fastening robots.

Cassese is still regarded worldwide for manufacturing superior quality hardware. From their convenient cartridge fed wedges, to their popular Masters™ range wedges, suitable for all brands of underpinners. From their unique galvanized steel 15mm & 25mm flexible points, to their rust-protected hangers and hinges. Cassese has always been renown for quality without compromise. And the story continues…

Cassese continues to invest in developing and engineering more innovative and patented products aimed at helping improve the quality and productivity, of all framers big and small, whilst meeting and exceeding all the latest safety requirements around the globe. So when it comes to providing your customers with the best possible craftsmanship : trust the best, trust Cassese.

Mr Antoine CASSESE, Inventor.

Antoine Cassese, the French inventor of the famous Cassese underpinner (v-nailer), of the wedge (v-nail) and of the flexipoint, received PPFA’s Award of Recognition in Dallas in July 1986.

Charles Mathews, Southwest Regional Director and chairman of PPFA’s Awards and Recognition Committee, presented the association’s highest award to Cassese.

The award, an enlarged version of the pin (v-nail) used in the Cassese joiner, was made of metal with an inscribed brass plate thanking Cassese for his contribution and service to the picture framing industry.

 Trust the best. Trust Cassese™

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