Crafted by the OpenFaaS founder
Who else can claim that they own a hand-made set of drinks coasters created by the founder of OpenFaaS? Well, this is a limited batch so just yourself and a few of our friends from the online community.
Each coaster is:
- High quality birch plywood
- Branded with a traditional heated iron using a blowtorch
- Sustainable FSC-certified wood
- Given an attractive bevel around the top side
- Waterproof varnish for durability
Check out the photo carousel to see how they are made and what they look like on your desk.
How I make them
It starts by selecting the highest quality birch plywood from a sustainable force. Then each piece is cut into 9x9cm squares on the bandsaw. After that, I use a homemade router table to ease over the top edges and create an attractive bevel. Then on a sunny and still day, I fire up the gas and heat up the branding iron and stamp each of them. Finally, they get smoothed over with sand paper and then a number of layers of protective varnish.
Just good old branding irons and lots of heat.
You'll get a full set with anti-scratch pads and a protective varnish finish.
My keyboard palm rests only ship to the UK and Europe, but because plywood is an engineered wood, it can be sent to other destinations.
Why not get a matching keyboard palm rest? They make typing more comfortable on high profile mechanical keyboards.
Every order comes with free SWAG - a random selection of stickers from the OpenFaaS community and our friends.
New faasd logo available!
Premium, tracked Shipping:
All packages are sent by tracked or signed-for post and you'll get a bonus gift of a selection of stickers too. This is a more expensive option than "fire and forget", but we want to know you got your item!
The buyer takes responsibility for any taxes, duties or custom charges.
Currently shipping to UK, Europe, USA, Canada.
If you don't see your country listed, feel free to reach out to me: email@example.com
"Custom logo" - limited time offer:
It takes just over 1 hour to burn the logo onto four coasters and then several more hours to bevel, sand and varnish your custom coasters before packaging them up and sending them out.
A set of OpenFaaS coasters