These Gambling Pieces Have Been Altered for Better Stacking

By: Brandon Bastaldo - Published: Apr 25, 2013 • References: notcot
These laser-printed poker chips created for NOTlabs Laser Challenge are using cutting edge technology to create new ways for poker players to stack their bundles of coin-sized cash.

The NOTlabs Laser Cutting Challenge sees two friends spending 30 days with a laser cutter to execute 30 experiments with laser cutting technology. Being men, it only makes sense that these laser experiments boiled over into the realm of poker, and thus these fantastic and alternatively stackable laser-printed poker chips were created.

Made from wood, these stylish poker creations come decaled with intricate, curved designs that give them the appeal of items you'd probably see at an old school gambling match. Most poker chip sets available to the public are plastic and brightly colored creations, but these laser-printed poker chips are taking a modern approach to crafting old-fashioned playing items.