Lord of the Boards wrote:Here's my latest creation. It's an allround board. Dimensions are 130 X 37. Tips are 28. Rocker is 2,1 cm and 3 mm concave. Rails are 4-5 mm. Sidewalls made of epoxy with multifibres.
Paper with graphic
1,5 mm strong and flexible plywood
6,6 mm corecell
1,5 mm plywood
paper with graphic
The weight is 2,3 kg's, board only. It has awesome flex. I didn't use glassfibre cloth, but just glued the different layers with epoxy and multibres.
I'm really happy with the board. Upwind and speed are superb and it's very comfortable in riding.
munteruk wrote:Lord of the boards indeed!
Looks like a really nice finish. Can I ask about how you do your graphics? From reading your layup description it looks like you simply laminate a printed paper sheet ontop of the wood layer but underneath the durasurf? Is the paper any special kind or does the epoxy resin protect it from the water. Where do you source the durasurf from? Is it expensive?
Nice looking board! So it's wood ply/ foam core board.
Have you used primarily on flat water or in waves?
I am living in NL and am interested in the materials you used and where they were purchased. For example is it the standard multiplex you purchase from the Do-it yourself stores? In addition do you have (or is there a dutch site) with the design, detailed specs and estimated cost of the board?
This may be my winter project!
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