Type:  Whiteboard Whiteboard Type:  Standard Whiteboard Folded:  No
surface:  magnetic core:  7 layers cardboard back:  zinc/plastic
colour:  white frame:  aluminium frame thickness:  11mm
PPcorner:  white/black/grey size:  90*60cm packing:  12pcs/ctn
cbm:  0.187cbm/ctn

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail: packing with carton
Delivery Detail: 15~30days

Face:Magnetic Steel
Middle:Corrutaged cardboard


big size dry erase whiteboard






Type:  Whiteboard Whiteboard Type:  Standard Whiteboard Folded:  No
Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail: shrink wrap,standard export carton for outer packing Can also done per your request
Delivery Detail: 30–45 days after deposit

magnetic dry erase surface
strong corrugate paper backside
aluminum frame with plastic corner caps

Aluminum Frame Magnetic Dry Erase Whiteboard






Type:  Whiteboard Whiteboard Type:  Standard Whiteboard Folded:  No
Product Name:  Whiteboard Insider Material:  7 layer cardboard 0.8mm Backface:  galvanized steel sheet
Pen tray, hangers,1 eraser and 3 magnets are included
Certificate:  ISO 9001 Packing:  Unit Carton or OEM
Face:  Single or Double Surface material:  resin painted steel sheet Frame Material:  Aluninum

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail: 1pc/shrinking film 1pc/cardboard box 14pcs/carton
Delivery Detail: 30-35days

1 High strength aluminum frame no deform
2 Magnetic laccquer easy write and erase
3 ABS corner with high toughness

Aluminum Frame Magnetic Dry Erase Whiteboard
1.Magnetic surface thickness0.15-0.21mm easy write and erase.
2. Surface material is quality painted steel sheet
3.Interlining use 7 layers carboard 0.8mm or foam 1.2mm
4.Aluminum frame thickness 18mm,width 18mm no deform.
5.ABS corner with high toughness and firm connects.
6.Backside according requirements could make as whiteboard,greenboard,blackboard,Zinc and plastic.
7.Accessories including the holder and tray,convinient use and firm installation.

wood frame cork board






ype:  Bulletin Board Use:  Message Board Magnetic:  No
Material:  Cork Surface:  cork Core:  corrugated cardboard
Backing:  galvanize/plastic/double side Wood frame thickness:  12mm Sizes:  20*30cm–120*400cm
Backing material:  plastic

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail: packing according to client’s needment
Delivery Detail: 14-30days

Cork notice board
Cork bulletin board
Aluminium,Wood, Frame
For push pins


cork notice board
-half cork board and half whiteboard
-convenient for writing and pinning message cards
-new design&durable
*    half cork board and half magnetic whiteboard with aluminum frame
*    use push pin to leave massage on cork board,while use marker pen on whiteboard
*    logo or design can be printed on clients’ request
*    different sizes from20*30cm to 120*400cm,customized sizeds
*    wood,aluminium frames are available
*    metal hanger on top for easy hanging
*    different board combination can be made a good division for multi purpose use
*    ideas for meeting rooms,small office or even for home to suit different needs of usage
*    OEM order is acceptable






round cork board






Type:  Whiteboard Whiteboard Type:  Standard Whiteboard Folded:  No
Brand Name:  WeYoung
Writing sides:  Single side or Double sides Frame:  Silver Anodized aluminum Surface material 1: 
High quality of magnetic lacquered steel sheet
Surface material 2: 
High quality of magnetic enamel steel sheet
Inside material:  corrugated cardboard Back material:  4mm Galvanized steel sheet
Glue:  Green, Environmental protection Hooks and pen tray:  Invisible and mobile Packing:  Standard packing or customized

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail: 1 pc/ctn,1 pc/box and several boxes/ctn or several pcs/ctn
Delivery Detail: 25-30 days

1.50,000 times for writing and wiping
2.5H in hardness
3.ABS corner
4.Beautiful design
5.round cork board

Natural Oak Frame Corkboard

wooden cork board
Material: Wood                   Size:38*38*1.5CM
color:painting white         use:memo board With push pins
competitive price,high quality,
various popular styles and on time delivery
MEAS. CTN 42.5*29*43CM
COLOR white frame
DESCRIPTION wooden cork board
Individual Packing  white/color/gift/display box
Material  wood
MOQ/PCS  1000 pcs
lead time  45~60 days
Payment  T/T

Keywords: Natural Oak Frame Corkboard Wood Frame Corkboard Natural Wood Frame Corkboard Pin Corkboard Oak Frame Corkboard

DIY Corkboard

A corkboard is handy for posting reminders, but it’s often difficult to find a suitable spot for one on the wall. Instead, cut one to fit inside a door or a cabinet panel. Measure the dimensions of the space. With a straightedge and a box cutter, trim a piece of sheet cork (available in many hues at home-supply stores) to those dimensions. Affix cork to surface with nails.

Contributors’ Comments

You can also get a long roll of cork, and glue it to an entire hollow core door – then cover with fabric that coordinates with your room. Just staple it using a staple gun. I did this in our den with a beautiful piece of fabric I got at a discount fabric store – it looks amazing! The original hollow core door was really sorry looking…CM

I just happen to have a roll of cork! It matches my hardwood floors in my kitchen and I’m going to put it on my pantry door. Thankx Martha

What a wonderful diy corkboard Idea. Thanks

Reversible Dura-Rite Whiteboard/Corkboard with Aluminum Frame

Frame: Aluminum
Framed?: Framed
Height: 40
Surface 1: HPL – High Pressure Laminate
Surface 1 Color: White
Weight: 69.00
Width: 30
Manufacturer: Best-Rite
Price: 309.00
Availability: Usually Ships in 5-10 Business Days
Trim Color: Aluminum
Product Line: Deluxe Reversible Whiteboards
Get twice the functional surface of a wall-mounted board in about the same amount of space with our deluxe reversible boards.
Each mobile board is double-sided and available in a variety of surface combination options including porcelain steel markerboard, Dura-Rite® high pressure laminate markerboard, Magne-Rite markerboard, graphic markerboard, and natural cork tackboard.
The boards are available in three sizes: 40″H x 30″W, 4’H x 5’W, and 4’H x 6’W.
Each surface includes a full-length accessory tray to store markers and erasers.
The board rotates 360° on a pivot hinge and locks into place with the turn of a knob.
Available trimmed in anodized aluminum, or solid wood with either an oak or mahogany finish, the deluxe reversible board fits into any meeting, training or classroom with ease.
The wide base design adds stability, and the unit includes 3″ locking casters for mobility.
Both porcelain steel and Magne-Rite surfaces double as magnetic bulletin boards for even more functionality.

Corkboard turned Card Holder

I’m always looking for easy creative ways to display the Christmas cards that come to our home every season.  Last year, I used a white chain + jingle bells.

This year, I decided to repurpose an ordinary corkboard I had sitting in the back of the closet.  It was the perfect size for hanging in the foyer, so I made a simple tree with ribbon, fabric, and nailhead trim.  It sits in the perfect spot in the entry where we can enjoy our cards all season long!

If you’d like to turn your corkboard into a similar card display, here’s what you’ll need:


Corkboard (mine is 2’ x 3’)

Fabric to cover your board

Scrap of fabric to form base

Decorative ribbon for both tree and trim

1 package of 20 nailheads (two more packages if you want to create the trim around the base)

Staple gun

Fabric glue

Mallet (or strong thumbs!)

Layer your fabric over your corkboard, then use a staple gun with lightweight staples to hold your fabric in place.

Start at the top and cut your ribbon to specified lengths.  Secure with nailheads (found at fabric stores).

Roll the edges of the fabric and use a mallet (or strong thumbs) to push your nailhead trim around the perimeter of your fabric to form the base.

Add decorative ribbon with fabric glue around the corkboard to frame your design.  In less than an hour, a custom card holder that you can reuse again in the New Year by simply removing the fabric.

The best part is come January, the cards go in the scrapbook and the corkboard goes . . . I dunno, maybe back in the closet.

DIY Whiteboards and Corkboards

Over at TechSpaceBend, we needed to put up some whiteboards and corkboards.  Big ones like you’d have in an office, not the little ones that decorate your kids room at home.  The only problem is that TSB is a non-profit with little/no funds availble, and these things tend to be a bit pricey.  A 6′ X 4′ corkboard goes for $105, and 5′X4′ whiteboards come in at ~$225/per.  Ordering from a site like china-whiteboard.com (which seems to be one of the better sources for this sort of thing) was going to run us over $600-$700.

So instead, I turned this into a weekend project and got cracking in my shop.  Here’s what I ended up doing …

Making Your Own Corkboard

Total cost: ~$83. However it may be possible to reduce the cost by $20-$30 by using thinner cork (3/32″) and using 1/4″ plywood with only one good face.


  • Cork roll (4′x6′x1/8″) – $40.
  • 1/2″ Plywood, one good face (4′x8) – Price varies.  I bought a sheet of lauan plywood w/ two good faces for ~$25 at Home Depot.
  • Contact Cement (1qt) – $9
  • D-Ring Hangers – $2.40


  • Skillsaw
  • Masking tape
  • Paint roller and adhesive cover – ~$6

You’ll need a large, very well ventilated work area for this project – a clean garage floor for example.

  1. Place plywood on your work surface with the good face up.  Roll out the cork on top of it and position so that 3 of the four edges (mostly) line up.  Don’t worry about the plywood being larger than the cork – we’ll trim everything down to size later.
  2. Firmly tape one edge of the cork to the plywood. Make sure this won’t come loose during the next few steps!
  3. Flip the cork over, like turning a really large book page, to expose the cork and plywook surfaces that need to be glued together.
  4. Using the paint roller with the adhesive cover, apply the contact cement to where both surfaces where they’ll meet.  This is where things get stinky – you have ~65 sq-ft of contact cement outgassing as it dries, so make sure you’ve got plenty of fresh air circulating.
  5. This is the tricky part, and will be easier if you have someone to help.  You don’t want to mess this up because there’s no do-overs here. Once the contact cement is tacky (30 minutes or so?), carefully and slowly roll the two surfaces back together, using your hands to work the cork onto the plywood and make sure there’s no wrinkles or air pockets. Do this by starting from the edge you’ve taped down and working toward the opposite edge.  If you’re by yourself you’ll need to reach under the unflipped-section of cork for this.  If you have help, one person can hold the cork up while the other person works it onto the board.
  6. Once you have the cork glued down, the skillsaw and a cutting guide to trim off the excess plywood.
  7. Attach the D-Ring Hangers where needed.

Making Your Own Whiteboard

Let me start by saying there are two approaches to take with this project in terms of the actual white board surface.  You can either use Rust-Oleum’s Dry Erase paint product applied to a 1/2″ sheet of plywood, or you can simply buy a piece of “tileboard” at Home Depot.  I document the “Dry Erase paint method” here, since that’s what I built, but in hindsight I would strongly recommend people go with the tileboard solution.  It’s much cheaper and less labor intensive.  I probably spent $50 and two hours more than I needed to, and got a whiteboard surface that’s not as smooth.  Which is kind of a bummer.  The only advantage of the Dry Erase paint method is that the boards themselves, being 1/2″ thick, are much more sturdy than the 3/32″ thick tileboard.

The only downside of the tileboard is that it’s < 1/4″ thick, and rather flimsy, which I had thought would be a showstopper.  However I found myself adding a 1″x2″ tray along the bottom of the board that, in hindsight, would be enough of a stiffener to alleviate this problem.


  • (Dry Erase paint method only) 1/2″ Plywood, one good face (4′x8′) – Price varies.  I bought a sheet of lauan plywood w/ two good faces for ~$25 at Home Depot.
  • (Dry Erase paint method only) Rust-Oleum Dry-Erase paint – $20
  • (Dry Erase paint method only) Spackling compound – $4
  • (Dry Erase paint method only) Latex Primer – $7
  • (Tileboard method only) Tileboard (4′x8′) – $13.
  • 1″x2″ x 8′ board – ~$5
  • 1-1/4″ Drywall screws


  • Skillsaw
  • Tablesaw
  • 200-grit Sandpaper
  • (Dry Erase paint method only) 6″ Paint roller and ultra dense foam cover – ~$6


  1. (Dry Erase paint method only) Use the spackling compound to fill in all imperfections in the good face of the plywood.  When dry, sand smooth with 200-grit sandpaper.
  2. (Dry Erase paint method only) Using paint roller, apply a coat of latex primer.  Let dry.  Sand smooth.
  3. (Dry Erase paint method only) Activate the Dry Erase paint and apply the first coat.  Let dry 30 min.
  4. (Dry Erase paint method only) Apply a generous second coat of Dry Erase paint.  The instructions say that 3 coats are ideal.  However I found that by applying a liberal second coat, you would get a smoother surface because the paint flows better.  Note, however, that this requires painting with the plywood completely level to eliminate dripping.  Let dry.
  5. Cut plywood / tileboard to size.  I made a medium and large board by cutting the board into a 4′x5′ board and a 4′x3′ board.
  6. Make your marker tray by using angling the tablesaw blade to 10° and ripping both short edges of the 1″x2″ board.
  7. Attach try to whiteboard as shown by clamping board to the bottom of whiteboard.  From the back of the whiteboard, drill pilot holes for the drywall screws every 12″ or so, and insert screws.
  8. Round edges of all wood to taste using sandpaper or file.
  9. Attach the D-Ring Hangers where needed.

In Conclusion

For TSB, I made one corkboard and four whiteboards.  I was careful to place the D-ring hangers at the same spacing on all of these (42″) so that they can be moved between the various offices with ease, which I’m sure will prove useful over time.

The dry-erase paint was a simply mistake.  It’s very labor intensive and if you can find an alternative solution I’d definitely recommend doing so.  In my case, I wasn’t as attentive to detail as I could have been on the first set of boards I made and the result came out a bit rough.  Still very usable, but definitely not the quality I would expect in pre-made whiteboard.  On the second set of boards I took a lot more care to prep and paint, which paid off, but even so the surface is still a bit orange-peal-ish.

One final note: The tileboard that HomeDepot sells doesn’t erase quite as well as you might expect.  However several sources recommend treating the surface with Turtle Wax, which should allow the board to erase better.  (Haven’t tried it myself, so if you.