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Non-Contiguous US - Washington and Pennsylvania locations have a stash of USPS Flat Rate Large Game Board boxes tucked away for your use. Most of the boards fit these boxes so you shouldn't have to pay $100 to ship 3 boards to you. Please message us to arrange shipping as the website isn't programmed for flat rate options.
Contiguous US Clients - USPS and UPS are an option for shipping. UPS is often the cheapest option for the heavy items such as boards. However, if you select USPS Priority, First Class, or Ground and we can fit it into a USPS flat rate box for cheaper, then we will use that option. Regardless of the method of shipping you choose, if the website charges you more than what it actually costs us to ship your items, we refund the difference back to you.
Case Rates - Black Resin & Olive Wood Boards - 46x23cm (18.1x9.06in) - Washington and Pennsylvania
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Olive Wood w/Resin Boards - Standard Size
These come from China.
DO NOT LASER THE RESIN
Case of 10 Boards Board 1: Black Resin 46x23x1.5cm (18.1x9.06x0.59in)
The board is nestled in a pearl foam bag that is inside a plain brown box.
Ships from Palouse, Washington or Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania.
This listing is for a case of 10 boards, not processed for misfits. The great, the good, and the ugly. There is about a 20% misfit rate across the board. MB QA measures qualify misfit as too many bubbles in the resin, a resin pit (bubble breaking the surface), an uneven wood seam or gap in the seam, too much wood filler that doesn't completely fill a hole. Most misfits are easy fixes. Misfit boards are still good for practice, staging photos, or chopping up to make something cool (resin pour perhaps).
Re: resin - the factory has an FDA certificate indicating the boards have been tested and are food safe, which I’m happy to share upon request. My research indicates that resin can be used for cutting boards but would advise to not do heavy chopping. I would encourage you to do your own research if you have concerns.
Follow Making Blank and Making Blank Group on Facebook for updates on the boards, ideas for how to use them, and engraving settings. For the Glowforge, so far I've liked 1000 speed, Full power, 270 LPI.
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