Inside Infinity Stone Corp.’s 20,000-square-foot facility in Portland, OR, is a line of state-of-the-art equipment, and 29 employees, who focus on team performance.


Since their company’s inception in 1995, Carol and Paul Lundgren, the owners of Infinity Stone Corp., have made it a priority to deliver quality craftsmanship and service, while meeting schedules on time. Inside their facility in Portland, OR, is a line of state-of-the-art equipment, and 29 employees, who focus on team performance - all of which help bring these results.

“We are a team of professionals and skilled fabricators, working together to ensure that our customers receive quality slab stone craftsmanship delivered on schedule with exceptional service,” said Carol Lundgren. “Our current shop equipment can produce over 100 average-sized kitchen countertops a month.”

The shop includes a Komo Summit CNC stoneworking center from Komo Innovative CNC Solutions of Sauk Rapids, MN, which is the company’s most recent purchase.

The 20,000-square-foot shop, which includes three teams of two installers and around 13 fabricators, began with equipment from Park Industries of St. Cloud, MN. “We started out with Park because they’re USA made,” said Lundgren, adding that for 13 years the Park equipment is what the facility relied on for production. Its Park line consists of a Prodigy gantry saw, a Cougar gantry saw, two Pro Edge II edge shaper and polishers and a Wizard radial arm workstaion.

Additional equipment consists of a line of machinery from Park Industries of St. Cloud, MN, including a Prodigy gantry saw and a Cougar gantry saw.

More recently, a Komo Summit CNC stoneworking center from Komo Innovative CNC Solutions of Sauk Rapids, MN, was added to the facility. “When it’s running, it helps increase the rate of doing all radius work and sink cutouts,” said Lundgren. Infinity Stone Corp. also utilizes hand-held profile routers within its shop for work that requires more detail.

For templating, the company prints mylar templates for every project that uses an LT55 Laser Templator from Laser Products of Romeoville, IL, which also get downloaded to a PDF and to its CNC. However, when it comes to a precise, custom project, wood templates are applied.

With the company’s LT55 Laser Templator from Laser Products Industries, Inc. of Romeoville, IL, templates can be downloaded to a PDF and to the company’s CNC.

Infinity Stone Corp. primarily does residential work and some commercial projects with a product line that consists of kitchen and bath countertops, tub and shower surrounds, fireplace and hearth surrounds and specialty custom projects. The company works with natural stone, including marble, granite, limestone, travertine, soapstone, slate, onyx and sandstone as well as several lines of engineered quartz products, such as CaesarStone.

The company’s building includes a showroom as well as fabricating facilities.

Recently completed projects include the Wyatt 245 condos with Anderson Construction in downtown Portland, the Three Rivers Casino with JE Dunn Construction in the Florence Central Oregon Coast and the Casey 60 condominium complex with Hoffman Construction, also in downtown Portland.

Lundgren explained that as of right now, the company hopes to ride out the downturn in the economy, but the business will remain focused on quality over production capacity. “We probably will not try to return to five jobs a day as this capacity is tough to manage long term,” she said. “Quality suffers, and we focus on providing quality, custom stone craftsmanship.”           

Sidebar: Infinity Stone Corp.

Portland, OR

Type of work: Primarily residential, some commercial

Machinery: Komo Summit CNC stoneworking center from Komo Innovative CNC Solutions of Sauk Rapids, MN; a Prodigy gantry saw, a Cougar gantry saw, two Pro Edge II edge shaper and polishers and a Wizard radial arm workstation - all from Park Industries of St. Cloud, MN; hand-held profile routers; an LT55 from Laser Products Industries, Inc. of Romeoville, IL

Number of employees: 29

Production rate: capacity for 100 average-sized kitchen countertops a month