This video covers snowboard core shaping using a prefabricated wood core. Prefabricated cores are already tapered at the tip and tail but they still need to be shaped to include sidecut and the tip and tail geometry (or joints in the case of tip spacers). The core also needs an edge relief channel/trench and if the board is capped the core must also be beveled. 



Tools/Tooling Used

  • Boardcrafter Design: Snowboard Core Printout
  • Computer Printer
  • 24” Ruler (with Metric Units)
  • Pencil
  • 8’ Straight Edge Ruler (referred to as “Yardstick” in video)
  • Snowboard Core Template
  • Medium Spring Clamps
  • Jig Saw
  • Fine Woodcutting  Jig Saw Blade
  • Snowboard Island / Work-stand
  • Screws and Washers
  • Trim Router
  • Bottom Mounted Bearing Flush Trim Bit
  • 45˚ Angle Routing Bit
  • Palm Sander
  • Straight Cut Router Bit (no bearing)
  • Trim Router Bearing Guide
  • Eye Protection
  • Dust Mask


See Full Project Tool List Here

 

Materials Used

  • Profiled Snowboard Core Blank