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16" Shiplap Round Circle Wood Shape Blank - 1/2" Thick

SKU CE-BL-16D-SL-0.5BB
Original price $19 USD - Original price $19 USD
Original price $19 USD
$19 USD
$19 USD - $19 USD
Current price $19 USD

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16x0.5" Round With Shiplap Pattern CNC Cut Baltic Birch Wood Blank / Pre-Cut Plywood Shape

The Crafted Elements line of precision CNC cut wood shapes and blanks are perfect for resin art, painting, laser engraving and vinyl sign creation. If you are an artist or crafter looking for thick, high quality wood shapes then look no further!

Crafted out out of B/BB 1/2" (12mm) Baltic birch furniture grade plywood our shapes are guaranteed to be good one side, without obvious imperfections or fillers. The opposite side may have filler plugs or small defects. Shapes that have grooves or engraving on the surface will have no plugs or fillers on that side.

Our faux shiplap texture is perfect for sign makers and rustic, farmhouse themed art. Each line is 0.25" (1/4") thick and 0.125" (1/8") deep. Each "shiplap panel" section is the same height which is equal to the total height of the shape, minus 0.75", divided by 4.

Unlike regular plywood, Baltic birch has thicker, stronger veneer layers that are usually free of knots and voids. This means you don't end up with gaps or holes exposed on the edge when cutting and shaping it. It also features a muted neutral color tone and grain pattern, making it excellent for staining or painting. Gel stain, dye, paint and resin bond to Baltic birch plywood extremely well.

Don't settle for thin, flimsy 1/4" or 3/8" laser-cut material. Our 1/2" thick wood blanks are CNC cut and won't have any burning or charring around the perimeter that a laser cutter leaves and always rubs off on your hands. We inspect and give a light 120 grit sand to each shape as it comes off of our CNC machine to ensure you get a workpiece that is ready to go. You may, however, want to hand sand the perimeter with a sanding sponge (120 -> 180 -> 220 grit) for a perfectly smooth finish.