I’ve got a few questions regarding a pigmented lamination I’m working on and am looking for a little guidance on ‘best practice’.
I’ve shaped a 7”6 egg board for a friend who has decided they want the board pink with orange rails! Not my idea of a colour scheme but the customer is always right as they say…
Its throwing up a few questions in my mind as to how to execute a clean lamination.
The board will have a 2+1 fin setup and I’m planning on using futures boxes. Obviously those are best installed pre glass. However, with a pink resin lam they may turn out looking a bit dirty.
So far my options seem:
Route the boxes. Then spray the foam. Glass as per usual.
Pigment the lam. Then route/glass patch the boxes. Spray the rails. Then hot coat/gloss.
I can see both methods working. But my question really is what would others do? What are the pros and cons to these methods? And does anyone have any better ideas?