here you can exchange your experience and datas about your home build boards
- Rare Poster
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- Joined: Mon Jul 07, 2008 11:49 pm
- Kiting since: 2005
- Brand Affiliation: None
I just wanted to say hello and where have I been. I recently built my own board (http://blog.brettschumann.co.uk/
) and I never knew about this site. I spent many a month searching google for help and never came across this site once. Just spending 30 minutes reading topics and already I have learnt some more.
I am looking to hopefully building more boards in the future mainly as a hobby but maybe to suppliment my income in the future years. So any extra help, advice and information I can get would be really welcome.
Saying hello and thanking you all in advance.
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- Joined: Sun Jan 06, 2002 1:00 am
- Kiting since: 1998
- Local Beach: private kitebeach on my doorstep,
- Style: wave
- Gear: Drifter kites, wave boards
- Brand Affiliation: Cabrinha, naish
- Location: Mauritius, waterman since 1960
Welcome to the joys of riding your own creations.
With time you will discover that making a board is just a matter of settling for compromises:
Length, width, Rocker, scoop, outline, materials, will all play havoc with your sleep and give you a kind of satisfaction only a shaper knows.
Selling your work is also very gratifying, but a long way from the start.
I will never forget the first "homegrown" surfboard I sold. It seemed way to cheap for the amount of love and time I put into building it.
Luckyly kiteboards are not as critical to shape and you should be having fun in less time than i did way back then.
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