We use an industrial, computer-numerically-controlled (CNC) sewing machine. This helps ensure that each bag is practically identical. Without the consistency of a CNC machine, some bags may vary slightly between each other within a set of 4. Using a CNC machine helps protect against human error and helps guarantee consistency between the set.
This machine also allows for rapid prototyping, so that many iterations of patterns, fabrics, and fill blends can be tested before bringing the bag to market.
Bags are art. To help ensure that the bags look good, we use commercial-grade, top-of-the-line printers, paper, and ink. The bags are colorful and vibrant - and they stay that way.
Each bag is filled with non-recycled plastic resin. Each model has a particular blend of disc-shaped and spherical-shaped beads. Different blends allow for us to create bags on both sides of the bag spectrum. On one side of the spectrum are thick, full bags that give expert players the control they want. Thicker, fuller bags can cut, and flop and move on the board. On the other side of the spectrum, thinner, looser-feeling bags are more forgiving when they land and tend to be more friendly around the hole.