Philchapman wrote: opened with a delicate floral bouquet, followed by a rich pine resinous body, and a lasting blackcurrant wood finish.
peteuk wrote: epoxy is compatable with all foams so there will be no drama in useing epoxy resin,
Philchapman wrote:/\ Unless it's extruded Polystyrene. Not sure how you'd tell if the blank was Exps without knowing beforehand anyway (calling Pete??), unless you'd smashed it hard on some rocks and it had only minor scrapes after, or ridden it hard for years and still not got any pressures in the deck, as it's so strong.
peteuk wrote:hi, xps with holes in the glass was a patented glassing method by epoxy pro surfboards in the states around 1991 or so ,so its really old tech , the new ixps foams ( inovative xtruded polystrene) requires no thermo venting as the pinholes were called,
ixps foam is a surfboard specific foam that looks just like polyurathane foam and requires no form of venting at all ,
the only way to tell the difference is to test a tiny piece of foam with polyresin to see if it melts or not ,
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