Our wood working department pride themselves in manufacturing only the best wooden folders that not only look great, but live up to the quality that we stand for. 

All our wooden products are manufactured from scratch. This gives the client unlimited design options. With a range of woods to choose from & multiple finishes, we can ensure that your new wooden folders fit in with your establishment.

Wood Options

Commercial Ply Wood:

The go to for wood. The most cost effective option that has your typical wood look and feel. 

Logo burn: 

Logo burns evenly 

Pine Ply Wood:

The most well known wood. It has a natural yellowness to it with mixed grains running across the wood. 

Logo burn: 

Logo burns unevenly due to the irregular grain. 

Natural Bamboo

2.2mm Cross Weave Natural Bamboo:

A thin yet strong Bamboo. Naturally light in colour. Ideal for Standard 2 flap menu covers.

Logo burn: 

Logo burns evenly. 

5mm Bamboo
5mm Natural Bamboo:

Solid Natural bamboo that has a naturally light colour. Ideal for clipboard/single style Menu Holders.

Logo burn: 

Logo burns evenly. 

5mm Woven Natural Bamboo:

A dense Natural bamboo. It is slightly heavier than the standard 5mm Bamboo, but offers a naturally darker finish. Ideal for clipboard/single style Menu Holders.

Logo burn: 

Logo burns evenly.

All our bamboo products are sourced from sustainable sources, with full accreditation. Endorsed by the WWF, Bamboo has the smallest carbon footprint of all the "wooden" options out there.

Besides the smaller impact on the environment, bamboo has a number of benefits. Please click the file below to find out more.

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Keeping to our promise of offering an environmentally friendly option, all branding is burnt into the wood. We don't use any toxic chemicals or inks, just pure heat.

The basics are the same as if you were to emboss your Leather/Leatherette covers, only we add a lot more heat. This gives a great natural look and feel.


Wood & Bamboo are both naturally occurring products, so you will have a difference in grains and finishes on the wood/bamboo itself from sheet to sheet.