I saw some Roger Hinds videos, really nice to understand board shape.
Thanks for the tip!
Peace, Love and Surf
Thanks for the tips, they're all useful. Lam the bottom first, is also good idea, In short I made this process.
I just didn't get one thing, if I want a light blue deck, should do the inlay before the two layers of clear resin?
When you say 2 layers of clear resin, do you mean with glass cloth?
If you do, then yes, do the light blue color inlay, cut it, clean the cut line, then add 2 layers of cloth over the inlay. First layer to the rail edge, second layer wraps around the rail edge.
This video is of one of the master glassers here in Hawaii doing a color inlay.
Yes thats it! I was saying whit glass cloth, but didn't explain well.
Thanks for the video, he shows the process in a great way.
yes color lam/inlay before the clear
Q,, is the bottom going to be a Tint or opaque?
if its Opaque or solid color on the bottom, you may want to consider laming the deck tint color first and wrap the rails with a cutlap on the bottom then lam the bottom with the solid color wraped to the deck and cutlaped ,, then a final lam of clear on top wraping to the bottom
The bottom going to be Tint. Thanks for the tip, in case I do a Opaque, I'll consider what you said about that.
great vid sharky
yep follow jack... theres anoter vid on fiberglass hawaii site too...
get a feel for the dance ,
dont put too much CATALYST!
keep your feet flat on the floor only do one thing
kick everybody out of the room while you are working.
concentrate on the job.do your best.you will be able to see the flaws
make the process clean and simple...
planning is good
but at some point
you have to execute the plan...
ambrose M. curry III
Yes i saw some videos from Jack, he's really good.
I'll be carefull whit catalyst.
Thanks for the tips, almost executing the plan!