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Maple

Used in borders, coasters, resource tiles, and many game pieces. This material shows a great contrast between the etching and the wood. It is also lightweight and very stackable. If you have multiple pieces to store, these will work great.

Each tile has an MDF core with real wood laminate on each side that is sanded smooth and finished with a clear coat to give it a high grade appearance. Lasers cuts with a dark edge and engraving does not go through to the MDF. There is a thickness tolerance of +/- 20%.

Material Thickness

0.137” / 3.5mm

Possible Range

Inchesmm
0.117” - 0.158”3.0 - 4.0mm
All wood pieces sourced from species not on the 'World List of Threatened Trees.’ Compliant with the California Air Resources Board Phase 1 Formaldehyde Emission Standards for Hardwood Plywood (HWPW), Particleboard (PB), and Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF).

White Oak

Used in borders, resource tiles, and many game pieces. This material shows a nice contrast between the etching and wood. The hue is lighter than the walnut or cherry. This is a sturdy, thicker wood that makes for a substantial set.

Each tile has an MDF core with real wood laminate on each side that is sanded smooth and finished with a clear coat to give it a high grade appearance. Lasers cuts with a dark edge and engraving does not go through to the MDF. There is a thickness tolerance of +/- 20%.

Material Thickness

0.224” / 5.7mm

Possible Range

Inchesmm
0.202” - 0.247”5.1 - 6.3mm
All wood pieces sourced from species not on the 'World List of Threatened Trees.’ Compliant with the California Air Resources Board Phase 1 Formaldehyde Emission Standards for Hardwood Plywood (HWPW), Particleboard (PB), and Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF).

Walnut

Used in borders, resource tiles, and many game pieces. This material shows less contrast than the white oak and cherry. The hue is more brown/brownish grey. This is a sturdy, thicker wood that makes for a substantial set.

Each tile has an MDF core with real wood laminate on each side that is sanded smooth and finished with a clear coat to give it a high grade appearance. Lasers cuts with a dark edge and engraving does not go through to the MDF. There is a thickness tolerance of +/- 20%.

Material Thickness

0.224” / 5.7mm

Possible Range

Inchesmm
0.202” - 0.247”5.1 - 6.3mm
All wood pieces sourced from species not on the 'World List of Threatened Trees.’ Compliant with the California Air Resources Board Phase 1 Formaldehyde Emission Standards for Hardwood Plywood (HWPW), Particleboard (PB), and Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF).

Cherry

Used in borders, resource tiles, and many game pieces. This material shows less contrast than the white oak. However, it still has a nice contrast between the etching and wood. The hue has a “redder” tint than the maple and white oak. This is a sturdy, thicker wood that makes for a substantial set.

Each tile has an MDF core with real wood laminate on each side that is sanded smooth and finished with a clear coat to give it a high grade appearance. Lasers cuts with a dark edge and engraving does not go through to the MDF. There is a thickness tolerance of +/- 20%.

Material Thickness

0.224” / 5.7mm

Possible Range

Inchesmm
0.202” - 0.247”5.1 - 6.3mm
All wood pieces sourced from species not on the 'World List of Threatened Trees.’ Compliant with the California Air Resources Board Phase 1 Formaldehyde Emission Standards for Hardwood Plywood (HWPW), Particleboard (PB), and Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF).

Amber Bamboo

Used in borders, coasters, resource tiles, and game pieces. This 100% renewable wood is a golden brown color with a fine grain. The bamboo joints are visible on the surface and break up the grain creating a unique appearance.

Bamboo is a natural material with natural variation. When etched, sometimes the next layer comes through very dark and sometimes it comes through lighter - or even banded due to the grain differences.

Material Thickness

0.106” / 2.7mm

Possible Range

Inchesmm
0.097” - 0.131”2.5 - 3.2mm
All wood pieces sourced from species not on the 'World List of Threatened Trees.’ Compliant with the California Air Resources Board Phase 1 Formaldehyde Emission Standards for Hardwood Plywood (HWPW), Particleboard (PB), and Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF).