Monthly Archives: October 2014

Paua Shell Lam Sheets

Paua shells are a great way to customize your projects  and add a little “wow factor” so they stand out in the crowd. Made of high-quality abalone and oyster shells, these thin sheets offer holographic and light reflective qualities suitable … Continue reading

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Futures Fin Box Repair Using Aluzine Epoxy Resin

This week we are going to repair a Futures fin box using our Aluzine 2:1 surfboard epoxy resin. Due to the design of the Futures fin box, it’s pretty rare to have a box blow out completely. More often than … Continue reading

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How to Sand a Surfboard

A proper sand job is essential to the ride, feel and aesthetic of a surfboard. There are a ton of ways to sand a board and just as many finishes which really gives each brand or glass shop their own … Continue reading

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Composite Art

These days we want instant gratification. We want food now, technology now and answers now. Surfers are no different. We want our wetsuits now, the surf forecast now and our new surfboard…yesterday. We often forget that our surfboards are hand … Continue reading

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