Greetings, i recently had the opportunity to jump ship to cnc, but i chose not to. My reasons are as follows: a. I'm not a production shaper b. I don't sell enough boards c. I enjoy "tooling" and shaping pieces of foam as if sculping a fine piece of Art. Anyone want to join me in the fight to keep hand shaping alive? Pls no hating involved, ok? Keep civil. Please describe WHY you love hand shaping, also WHY you DON'T want to jump ship to cnc. Do you like planing techniques, experimenting, or? Anyone want to jump ship back into hand shaping?! Let me know i'll put you on the list! ty-Jim note: if you have a job in the industry and you have to use cnc cuts - do what you must. This is just for anyone who wants to stick w hand shaping. Planers: whatever works. 1.Shapaholic -Jim 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.