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Small Wooden Setting Boards

Small Wooden Setting Boards
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  • Small Wooden Setting Boards 23 x 200mm, 1mm groove In stock
    £11.50 inc VAT
    #211764
  • Small Wooden Setting Boards 33 x 200mm, 2mm groove In stock
    £11.50 inc VAT
    #211766
  • Small Wooden Setting Boards 43 x 200mm, 3mm groove In stock
    £12.95 inc VAT
    #211765
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These Small Setting Boards are made from Balsa wood and are ideal for the preparation of Micro-Lepidoptera. Available in three sizes with groove widths of 1, 2 or 3mm. 

These boards are continental style and have sloped sides.

Dimensions:
* Width 23mm, Length 200mm, Groove width 1mm
* Width 33mm, Length 200mm, Groove width 2mm
* Width 43mm, Length 200mm, Groove width 3mm

 

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