Hollow Wooden Surfboard Plans w/ ” How To Guide” Cedar

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20 Feb 2010

Hollow Wooden Surfboard Plans w/

Hollow Wooden Surfboard Plans w/ ” How To Guide” Cedar

Build Your Own Hollow Wood Surfboard!! Choose One of 5 Different Plans PLUS Get Our 32 Page”How To” Guide for Free! All plans are in JPEG format and have full size spine and rib layout, with built in concave in the nose. Along with a FREE guide to “Building Your Hollow Wood Surfboard” in PDF Format. I have developed a very unique method to build up the rails that makes the build process easier, as well as giving the builder more freedom when shaping, without adding excess weight. My “Building Your Wood Surfboard” guide gives you a full explanation of this method, along with directions to “spoon or not to spoon” using these plans, plus concept and layout, along with a complete guide covering the tools and processes needed to construct your own Hollow Wood Surfboard. All plans are now laid out with the spoon option clearly marked AS WELL AS the rail layout all marked up for easier construction. Full Size Plans. See more pics of finished boards at my website. All plans are in JPEG format and have full size spine and rib layout. Actual board size can vary depending on what size nose/tailblock you use. Payment can be made with PayPal only. The JPEG File and book will be emailed ASAP after payment is received. (Usually within 4 hours) Use 1/4″-3/16″ thick cedar planks for outer skins and cedar rail strips, plywood spar and thin plywood ribs, Gorilla Glue and a bunch of clamps. Pine can also be used **(see below) Choose 1 of the following blueprints: (Add desired outline type in the “Memo” field when using PayPal) 9′ 2″ Classic Long Board 9’2″ x 22.5″ W x 3″ T Big Rails, Spoon NoseRearward HipsDistinct Kick in the Tail9′ 2″ Performance Long Board 9’2″ x 22″ W x 2.75″ T Spoon Nose to V-TailModern OutlineMedium Rail ThicknessDistinct Kick in the Tail8′ Mini Long Board 8′ x 23″ x 3″ Modern Long Board Outline with Wide NoseNose Concave to Mid Concave to Slight Vee TailMedium Thickness Rails.8′ Fun Shape 8′ x 22″ x 2 7/8″Thinner modern RailsFun Shape/Gunny Outline5’11″ Retro Fish5’11″ x 20″ 2 1/2″Nice Old School OutlineBigger rails for more displacementMinimal Tail rocker for more speed. All boards can be built to different dimensions by having the plans printed to a different scale. I can calculate the scale for you to accomplish the desired size, if needed. Our “Building Your Hollow Wood Surfboard” Guide is FREE with purchase, and covers the following topics: 1 Getting Started 2 Materials List 3 Triangle Rail Method/Blueprint Mods 5 To Spoon or Not To Spoon 6 Cutting Ribs and Spine 6 Making Rocker Jig 8 Making A Ripping Jig 10 Gluing The Decks 11 Assembling The Spine and Ribs 12 Cutting Rail Strips 14 Inner Elements 16 Attaching The Top Deck 16 Nose/Tail Blocks (Inner) 17 Nose/Tail Blocks (Outer) 20 Finish Work 21 Oops! (AKA Fixing your happy accidents) From TimelessSurfCompany.com~ “Nothing rides like a wooden board.” I have heard it many times from many people, most of which I wrote off as bias opinions from the folks who sell them. But as soon as I caught my first wave on a well designed wooden board, everything changed. Not only is the very sight of the board an inspiration to paddle out on an otherwise sloppy day, but the solid feel and drive as you run down the line begs you to never ride anything else. I have experimented with various shapes and materials to produce versatile boards that are responsive and easy to paddle, yet durable and beautiful enough to be a wall hanger. ~ From the Shaper See more finished boards on my website! BUY IT NOW!! Secure payment trough PayPal! DON’T HAVE A PAYPAL ACCOUNT?? US Residents can pay with Credit Card through PayPal! Or contact me if you need help. A small list of Internet resources will be included for tons of info on everything you might need from design to finish. *Files sent in JPEG format can be taken to your local print shop and usually be made for less than $10. Plans are setup for 1/2″ spine and 1/8″ ribs, thicker or thinner woods can be used, simply adjust the slot width to your liking. Plans are glued to the wood of your choice by paste or white glue, and commonly cut out with a jigsaw or bandsaw. Timeless Surfboards are decked with 3/16″-1/4″ cedar or pine. Finished board should be vented or filled with foam before decking. The weight of finished shapes vary depending on the board size and materials used. You should expect about 12-15 lbs for smaller boards, about 20-25lbs for larger boards ** Balsa and other light woods have not been tested on this design and may be too soft to be structurally sound. Hard woods can be used with the compromise of weight. These shapes have been tried, tested and tweaked to make great shapes that work well, not just for looks. Pictured above is a snapshot from the actual blueprints, along with a few pics of boards that have been constructed using these plans. I am offering these plans at a very low price in order to make these projects more available to EVERYONE! Don’t let the low price fool you, this is a very well engineered design and shape that can be easily built with a little bit of patience and research. There is a good amount of very loose, barely ride-able plans available, but these are NOT one of those plans. I will be happy to answer all questions during the construction of your board. But PLEASE don’t buy these in hopes of starting a surfboard company or reselling. Reproduction is prohibited for anything other than personal use. There isn’t many thing quite as gratifying as surfing a board that you shaped yourself. Other Info: Item will be shipped (emailed) as soon as payment clears. Please ask any and all questions that you might have BEFORE you bid. Local cash payment welcome. DON’T HAVE A PAYPAL ACCOUNT?? US Residents can pay with Credit Card through PayPal! Or contact me if you need help.

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