The Right Materials, At The Right Size, At The Right Time

Posted by Jaclyn Baldwin on

The Right Materials, At The Right Size, At The Right Time

At MakerStock, we know that there isn’t a “one-size-fits-all” for all of the possible projects out there. We keep the most common size panels in stock and available for quick checkout on our website.

But, your project does not need to be limited to just those sizes. MakerStock will custom cut any of our materials upon request.

Maybe you have a cracked plexi panel in your laundry room that you would love to replace? And you were eyeing up frosted white acrylic since it looks perfect for hiding fluorescent bulbs and allowing ample light transmission. But the stock sizes are too small or too large, and you do not have the tools to cut it down yourself. Not a problem. Take out the old plexi cover, measure twice and email us the information for a quote. 

Perhaps you want to replace a warped shelf in your pantry. You like the no fuss option with UV Prefinished Birch but you’re also intrigued about trying your hand with finishing regular Baltic Birch. Maybe the price difference can help you decide. Send us the dimensions and we’ll give you pricing on both options.

You may even have a larger project in mind, like a custom bookcase and have no way to transport large sheets of material from the hardware store. We can custom cut our full sheets of Baltic Birch Plywood to meet your needs. 

I’m intrigued, but how do I put in my custom request?

Requesting a custom cut quote is as easy as sending an email to support@makerstock.com

Please include the following information in your email:


-Material

-Thickness

-Color

-Dimensions 

-Quantity

-Shipping Zip Code

 

Why shipping zip code? Depending on your dimensions, oversize or additional handling fees may apply and we want to provide you with as much information about costs up front. 

There is no obligation to proceed after receiving a quote. If it works for you, just let us know and we’ll set up the custom order for you.

If you are at all curious, there’s no risk in sending an email. Whatever your project, we’re here to help you make it a reality. 


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