How DragonBoard is Made
Dragonboard is made by combining MgO (calcined crushed magnesite) with what is commonly known as Epsom salts (MgSO4), proprietary fibers, and a water slurry then laid out in molds with multiple layers of fiberglass mesh. Boards are air dried for 3 days before being cut to precise dimensions then conveyed to quality control for inspection.
While seemingly straightforward, it is as much artform as science to maintain consistently excellent quality boards. We like to think of the process as similar to a distiller of fine whiskey, and we are equally proud of our production. Our boards contain none of the hazardous materials associated with Portland cement, Plywoods, OSB and other alternatives. Indeed, you could literally eat DragonBoard… though we do not vouch for any of its’ culinary qualities.