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  • The board measures 40 cm by 30 cm and is supplied with four anti-slip rubber feet;
  • The textured toughened glass surface is hard-wearing and heatproof making this an ideal addition to kitchen;
  • The print is transferred onto the back of the cutting board so can’t be damaged while in use;
  • This makes the ideal practical, personalised gift that will be used every day.

Simply design your custom cutting board in our easy-to-use software, place the order and we’ll deliver your personalized cutting board straight to your door.

Feeling a little daunted by the idea of designing something on your own? Don’t worry, make an appointment with one of our designers (call: 021 469 1987 or e-mail design@orms.co.za) and we’ll help you make your ideas come to life.

Turnaround time:

5 to 7 working days.

Custom Cutting Board Prices:
All of our cutting board  prices can be accessed via the tab below.


Armored glass cutting / serving board  with anti-slip rubber feet.

40 x 30 cm rectangle with rounded corners;

4 mm thick.

Quantity Discount applies to multiple copies of the same design

Glass-Cutting

Q&A with Bramdon Adams
- Printing Specialist

Accomplished in sublimation printing onto mugs, puzzles and coasters Bramdon is also a wiz on our Canon IPF6450 Printer that we print our personalised photobook covers on.
What kind of printing process do you use?

I use dye sublimation printing.

What does sublimation mean?

Sublimation occurs when a substance is modified from a solid to a gas state without going through a liquid phase.

What is sublimation printing?

Basically, it’s a heat-transfer process.

But, for the techies:

  1. I print your image in reverse on special paper – the printing dye is heated in our sublimation printer until it turns into a gas, which then diffuses onto the paper and solidifies.
  2. I then place the reversed image onto the back surface of the glass cutting board and heat to temperatures of up to 400 °C.
  3. Once again, the dye turns into gas and permeates the actual fibres of the cutting board substrate. It then solidifies, becoming permanently embedded in the coaster’s surface.

 

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