Monday, October 27, 2014
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
6ft 6" Tri Plane Hull for Byron Bay Surf Festival
Hull entry , slight planing concane through the middle and slight V through the tail.
Thin foiled out rails.
Light 4oz glass job with sanded finish
Sweet little board
Saturday, October 11, 2014
Finishing a couple of boards in the comnfort of the AC shaping bay.
Thursday, October 9, 2014
Getting ready to head to the shaping bay
6ft 6" tri plane hull
After laminating the rail bands on it is a matter of planing down the excess Paulownia before heading to the comfort of the air conditioned shaping bay. Lights, AC and it saves all that dust at home.
7ft Hydro Simmons getting a nose job before heading off as well.
Alley Slider for Matt
7ft Hydro Pin for Bevan
7ft x 22 1/2" x 2 3/4" for 50 litres
6oz bottom and 6oz top with 3/4 6oz patch
"Yes like the new board. It has a beautiful sense of glide to it. Easy paddler. Went to Rainbow-greeny and also to d bah. Just flies when you set the rail, high lines, power carves, foamball bounces. Got quite a few backdoor sections at dbah. It was about waist high and bigger. Walking up and down the board a bit , and it is quite throw aroundable."
Sunday, October 5, 2014
6ft 6" tri plane hull for Byron Bay Surf Festival
This is turning out to be a sweet little board. With 3mm skins and only 2 x 5mm rail laminates , I will have to decide how I finish it , lanolin , varnish or 4oz glass job.
Jordan's HSC project
Young Jordan Reynolds wanted to do something different for his HSC, and so with his love of surfing he decided to test himself out with building a board.It is Paulownia bagged over EPS and he has done a great job. Here is his project ...
7ft Hydro Simmons on the go.
Subscribe to: Posts (Atom)