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Dtrain
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Post by Dtrain » Sun Oct 14, 2012 10:02 am

So......Been readin and askin questions for a while now. Finally put some pics on photobucket to share.

This is a 160.6 early rise tip and tail. hint of camber underfoot(created by heat diff top bottom. 10mm taper/25mm stance setback. a perfect powder flex.

iso nylon
ghetto graphics
19 oz triax
maple core/bamboo sidewall/tiptail spacer 2.5-6.5-3
19 oz glass
ghetto graphics
egde/vds
crown natural sintered base


our press was a long time build. piece by piece as money was scarce. rounded up 2 partners for the hobby/venture, then things started movin.

we are workin on some skis, 3 splits, and another snowboard right now. more pics to come.

thanks everybody for the insight and helpfull hints.

Derek

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Post by Dtrain » Sun Oct 14, 2012 10:05 am

apparently I acant figure out the image posting process. :oops:

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Post by Dtrain » Sun Oct 14, 2012 10:06 am

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Post by Dtrain » Sun Oct 14, 2012 10:13 am

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Post by Dtrain » Sun Oct 14, 2012 10:13 am

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Post by Dtrain » Sun Oct 14, 2012 10:15 am

ok...dumb dumb here figured out how to post images, but not multiple in one post. hows it done?

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Post by falls » Sun Oct 14, 2012 1:03 pm

You have to use the Image
In photobucket you just click the IMG tag and it copies it so you can just paste it to the post. In your first attempt none of your URL's had the ending [/img] tag to make the interweb know what you were doing. No spaces either.

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You can see the IMG tag on the right. Just click this and then paste to your post. Start each photo on a new line.
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Post by sammer » Sun Oct 14, 2012 1:11 pm

In photobucket hover your cursor over the image you want.
A drop down menu appears.
Click on the image code that will copy it.
Back in your post right click and paste it.
Repeat as necessary.

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Post by Dtrain » Sun Oct 14, 2012 1:53 pm

thanks sammer!

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Post by Dtrain » Wed Oct 24, 2012 8:46 pm

just finished up a new ride. about 159. stance/sidecut 1 inch back. slight board taper. tiny bit of camber between feet,early rise tip an tail. very similar to my last one. still getting things dialed in. then to some splits. :D

used Entropy CPM and cooked at 180F

iso 8210
19oz triax
x4 9oz uni carbon 1/2 inch strips running inserts to contact point-ish
maple core/ bamboo sidwalls
x2 9oz uni carbon 1 inch strips running inserts to inserts between
19oz triax
edge
crown natural base with some stencling.

Layup went well. Little core shift, and totaly forgot to put the VDS in. DUH!

since all i ride is knee to waist deep pow around here, i think ill be fine.

this is the last time I press a board without taking precautions for core shift.



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Post by twizzstyle » Wed Oct 24, 2012 10:11 pm

Knee to waist deep powder? Way to rub it in :evil:

The board looks great. How exactly did you do the base? It looks fantastic. Is the crown "natural" base translucent and you painted it?

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Post by chrismp » Thu Oct 25, 2012 3:35 am

looks like he painted it with acrylic paint like i recommended a couple times on here :)

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Post by Dtrain » Thu Oct 25, 2012 7:08 am

Thanks twizz. yes I got the idea of painting bases from Chrismp. I actualy purchased some nazdar epoxy screen ink.

I cut out the letters and spray glued them to the underside of the base. Then I brushstroked the white around the letters. pulled the paper letters off, then when dry back filled with black using a roller.

things I learned - this paint is thick rolls great but does not brush well(little better when soup can of paint was hit with a blowtourch for a while) . For the bases I am currently working on I am using an arcilic paint for stencils, etc. and then backfilling with nazdar and a roller.

I have purchased some screen printing cloth and am going to make some screens with planed 1 inch lumber and try getting some decent logos banged out(though I kind or like the ghetto look).
Im gettin excited for the season. Things here are gettin cold. snow on the mountain tops.

I picked up some fall coloured yellow and red Maple leaves off the street yesterday. pressing them in a book to dry and going to put them under my next topsheet.

I got the building bug. All started when I broke my leg 2 seasons ago and stumbled upon this site while sippin coldied layed up on the couch.

Thanks everybody,
Derek

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