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Old 12-15-2012, 07:54 AM   #61 (permalink)
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ETM-wow you are a craftsman Is this skill something that connects to what you do for a living? Super job
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Old 12-16-2012, 02:15 AM   #62 (permalink)
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So stoked to see this. What are you using for your cores?
Just plane jane radiata pine, nothing flash but after doing some carpet boarding it feels pretty damn good.
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Old 12-16-2012, 02:17 AM   #63 (permalink)
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Holly fuck dude a split.
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You're gonna ride a board that you made....that's a fukin dream dude
Its been a dream of mine for a while

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Fucking drooling man, some awesome work!!!
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ETM-wow you are a craftsman Is this skill something that connects to what you do for a living? Super job
Not exactly. I build turbo systems for a living. My shop isnt used to having saw dust on the floor lol.
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Old 12-16-2012, 02:18 AM   #64 (permalink)
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Looking good, very good.

Was thinking I might bring my swallowtail with me to Hokkaido, now I think not.

Quick report on conditions here in Japan, in a word epic.

Its the perfect year to test those beasts out.

Nagano was bottomless and by far the deepest and lightest powder I have ever seen at this time of year. I was cruising Nozawa for 3 days.
7 kilometers top to bottom and powder turns all the way. Hardly a person in sight. Had fresh snow fall each of the 3 days.

Endless face shots, powder butters and plenty of 3s and grabs into untouched powder landings. Absolutely the best start to the season possible.

Terje even showed up to the party although I didn't see him my riding buddy did.

Anyone who has the means I would recommend coming over here you get the added bonus of trying out ETMs boards.

@ETM I am now looking at something like the 29th of Jan to the 1st of Feb, will let you know as soon as i have the green light.

No worries just give me the dates when you know for sure and Ill pick you up.
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Old 12-16-2012, 12:08 PM   #65 (permalink)
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very impressive, one of the coolest projects I've seen on this forum... scrap that, the coolest project hands down.

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Agreed, so so cool. Much respect!

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That's just, epic!
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Got a few more profiled cores here of varying thicknesses

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002 is out of the press and trimmed up. This one is the thickest core I made, it come up good BUT I forgot to put the VDS rubber in when I layed it up so it will probably delam on the edges. Im kicking myself right now lol.



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Amazing craftsmanship. How do they ride? I have always been a big fan of wood grain...always liked the looks of Arbors.


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002 is out of the press and trimmed up. This one is the thickest core I made, it come up good BUT I forgot to put the VDS rubber in when I layed it up so it will probably delam on the edges. Im kicking myself right now lol.



It looks like Kerry King's guitar.
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