Also, JRANDY, SURFDUDE and CURLZ you mentioned your own HWS projects, any chance you have pdf plans you could share, I might get a second board going whilst I'm waiting for glue to dry.
Infact if anyone has plans or has a good link would be much appreciated in this lockdown. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent you an email with attached plans for a 6 foot single fin that could be done as a thruster or quad easy.
And i tried to add it here aswell.
@reclaim_surf formerly Skatement
(Adam) Sunshine Coast Queensland Australia
Glues holding up, that 6mm deck is overkill but I'm pretty sure it will work. The S curve looks good, if you can see it in the pics.
I need to add in some material to support the fins and leash plug. Also where there's a join in the bottom ply.
Quick mock up for the rail bands looks like it needs about 8 layers to get the rail to work. Still easier than bending 6mm around that nose I think.
Again, any plans you guys have would be very handy in this lockdown, cheers.
Coming along nicely!
id be glad to share the plans I do have, but none are on PDF... all paper templates drawn up. I could mail you paper copies unless anyone here has a good method of keeping scale the same and taking pictures and then you enlarging on your end...? Doesn't seem feasible but you never know with new apps and programs these days
I can offer you BoardCad files and pdfs of my 9'4 and my 8'0, both are clones of CJNelson boards, but I just estimated the measures of availlable pics and information. Did not ride the 9'4 by now, but the 8'0 does really well.
Thanks chaps, I don't know how we would go about scanning and sending those paper templates but appreciate the thought. I would love those 8' and 9' plans though mate, could you send to email@example.com
8' would be a board I can't imagine buying but would love to have a crack at building.
Check your Mailbox for a Mail from Germany:)
Thanks so much SURFDUDE you have given me many hours of head scratching.
For this board fin supports are in, tell me if they're insufficient for glass ons.
3rd deck strip on, holding up good.
Looking like something this morning.
These little strips are to add some extra support where the bottom 3mm ply has a join in it. The join in the bottom does line up with a rib in the frame but some extra glue strength won't hurt.