Coda Boards sublimated graphics

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powderho
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Coda Boards sublimated graphics

Post by powderho » Sun Nov 14, 2010 8:35 am

I realize most people are aware of Coda Boards sublimated topsheets, but I still wanted to start a dedicated thread to make it easier for people to search for them. Their service is awesome and deserves some added attention. So far I've placed 3 different orders with them and I received all of them within days. The price is very reasonable at around $45 with shipping (if you buy 4). Here are some skis I worked on this summer. It's way easier to get motivated to make a new pair when there's a new graphic involved. We'll have to see how well the PBT topsheets hold up. I don't really have that much faith in them, but they look great now. (They really aren't blurry; my camera just sucks.)

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Anyone else got some Coda graphics they want to share?

jvangelder
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Post by jvangelder » Sun Nov 14, 2010 9:35 am

So its 45 each if you buy 4? Does that include the topsheet material?

powderho
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Post by powderho » Sun Nov 14, 2010 12:01 pm

Check it out: http://www.codaboards.com/topsheets.php

They are $40 each including material. Shipping is priced a bit weird. It's $20 to ship 1 or about $21 to ship 4.

jvangelder
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Post by jvangelder » Mon Nov 15, 2010 1:26 pm

Shipping makes sense, its around 25 flate rate for something the size of snowboard

Thanks for the info

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Post by twizzstyle » Mon Nov 15, 2010 3:26 pm

jvangelder wrote:Shipping makes sense, its around 25 flate rate for something the size of snowboard

Thanks for the info
Except a top sheet can be rolled up and barely takes up any space. I'm surprised the shipping is so high.

But, that being said, the turn around time is awesome. I've got a topsheet order in with Snowboard Materials right now that is over 3 weeks now... I'll be going with CODA in the future. Thanks for the pictures, they look outstanding!

powderho
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Post by powderho » Mon Nov 15, 2010 11:31 pm

One more. TK's purple bamboo boards.

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Post by powderho » Wed Dec 22, 2010 10:47 pm

couple more...

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I now take off the protective film before I layup. If there's any wrinkles at all in it, the finished topsheet will show it. It doesn't matter though. Epoxy doesn't really get on it anyway.

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Post by shopvac » Sat Dec 25, 2010 4:45 pm

Powderho nice looking skis. Would you be willing to post a pic of the profile with the skis touching bases? I like to see the tips, camber and tails you have designed as they look sweet. Can you also say a little more on the tip shape and design?

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