Check out this cool video of Ryan and Trevor Gordon trimming away on their V-Bowls.
After you've watched that, take a look at the 5 tools that Ryan depends on to shape a surfboard. It's not about fancy tools, just how you use them.
Yeah that's kool; but I really would like to see some video of how he uses that Sponge Trowel to shape and what he glues the paper onto the foam with.
That which can be assorted without evidence was read in an illegal magazine.
Video should be posted in mid to late January McDing.
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"Providing Fine Fiberglass Materials Since 1966"
That is a foam sponge tile grout float. They come in varying densities and surfaces. With the smooth faced ones you can simply use Taki glue like the Power Pads. I would round off the corners first though. They come in different lengths as well.
Stucco float, used to raise the aggragate in a sand finish. You won't find it in the tile tools section. For sanding, first apply some cotton cloth to the sponge with some 3m spray 90. Then apply sandpaper to the float with tacky or spray 77
"Do you know the address for the Ryan Lovelace Fan Club? Where do I send my dues?"
You might try PMing easternpacific. :-)
Tool with tools.
...I know is better to keep the mouth shut however, I cannot resist to say that "took me forever" to understand that is with these stuff that these guys build their "international shaper" status. A thing that you and me, mere boardbuilders cannot achieve no matter how functional, modern, well constructed and finished your boards are when you show its to the businessmen that make the deals...
Also, wondering about how these guys can have lots of good surfers (mostly in California) avid to use their boards (other big factor to enhance their reputation)The clip is good. The surfer with the cap is totally dialed with the equipment and wave; very dynamic and fluid. Ryan Lovelace good too. That type of wave helps too. The fun/fan club I do not know but may be RL can say something here; he s a member (surferguy80)