Our Promise To You
Our Environmental Promise: We use Forest Stewardship Council certified woods or woods salvaged from downed trees. All our boards are glassed with epoxy resin which is cleaner for our environment and emits 50-75% less Volatile Organic Compounds than polyester resin. In our shop we have moderate ventilation and no need for a mask when glassing. Epoxy is lighter and stronger than polyester. Our wood boards are nearly indestructible and should last a lifetime. Each board is quality crafted for strength, durability and concern for our environment.
Your Satisfaction Promise: Ride our boards for 30 days. If you don't like it, return it.
CONTACT: Dan Johnston (01-910-575-6682) BlindDogSurfboards@yahoo.com Tom Allen (01-404-229-4223) Blinddogsurfboards@hotmail.com
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Apr 29, 2012
In doing a wood board with top and bottom deckng, not connected until later, I have to cut from center point to rail edge point that is a match on other side of board. So taking a Japanese hand saw, with a 2"x4" to keep the saw vertical, then cut through top and bottom deck as smoothly as possible NO power saw. Same on other side. Then a 1"x4" piece of oak with sandpaper glued on is used to get a parallel surface between top and bottom deck.
By now I've glued up enough Cedar and Balsa strips to make a 2"x20" board. With a planer, all sides are trued up. Next is to make a bunch of test cuts on scrap wood to get the center angle perfect.
First picture is top deck nose, second is bottom. Nice when blocks align perfectly.
Then gluing each to board while trying to maintain an angle w/o gaps. The best clamps to use is lots of duck tape...lots.