channels are not environmental!
don't use them!
Bigdog wrote:Jim did a lot of work to get that all dialed in....nice!
I made a sled router thing that I never really liked. I found I could belt sander fast enough but messy as it all is.
Coiler snowbords which made JC Jays olympic boards swear by the belt sander.
I would rather get a bigass cnc table going if I ever get to the point I must reproduce in qty. These days not such a big expense either.
Inverted rocker table (or should we say camber table ) is an idea I got for building a table for composit Alaia, because it is flat (with rocker) on top, and on the bottom theres a huge concave and tapers around the outline, so this kind of table would be a benefit.
For TTs, judging from this last photo, there would be no benefit, because the top is very similar to the bottom.
Regarding Wood vs. Foam. I would say this is light vs. heavy rider discusion.
I'm 90kgs and that thrashes the foam in the fotpad area.
tkettlepoint wrote:Environmental friendly resin http://www.entropyresins.com/products/super-sap-clr?_kk=bioresin&_kt=30d7a58c-b052-421c-80db-891cd0b18100&gclid=CL-E6OT1-L0CFexcMgodKVoAJg
a buddy of mine uses it and loves it on his wooden SUPs. I might try it at some point
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