Commonly refered to as 6oz glass, this is surfboard grade fiberglass, meaning that it is quality inspected to be free of both cosmetic and structural defects. This glass is finished with a silane finish to provide a perfectly clear laminate and is compatible with polyester and epoxy resins.
Suggested uses are for building surfboards, covering kayaks or canoes, or any application where you need a thin clear glass coating.
A typical surfboard layup is 2 layers of glass on the deck and 1 layer on the bottom.
Hexcel style 7533 fiberglass cloth is a 5.6oz plain weave cloth commonly referred to as 6oz. It is available in 30", 38", 50" and 60" widths. This is the part number for the 30" which is often used in surfboard manufacturing.
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Gallon, S249A Surfboard Laminating Resin Gallon, S249A Surfboard Laminating Resin- This resin cures "water white" (clear) and is suitable for applications such as surfboards that require a clear coating or lamination. Resin cures with a tacky surface so that subsequent layers may be added without sanding. To cure without a tacky surface for finish or sanding coats add surface agent. Requires MEKP to cure.
3/4" deep Futures Fins box accepts Futures Fins that have a 3/4" deep tang (Side fins in thrusters and sidebites, larger quad fins).
For more versatility with quad set ups you can install 3/4" boxes for all 4 fins and use the 1/4" shim to install 1/2" tang fins in a 3/4" box.
Price: Varies by Qty
1in. Leash Plug, White 1in. Leash Plug, White, these leash cups are our most popular and we have sold tens of thousands of them over the years.
Leash cup features concentric rings that create ledges to lock the leash cup into the board. Install the leash cup by drilling with a hole saw a hole slightly bigger than the diameter of the leash cup. Mix a small batch of putty with resin, cabosil, 3M bubbles or white pigment, and catalyst. Fill hole about 1/3 - 1/2 full with putty and insert cup. Clean off excess putty leaving putty slightly higher than the surface of the board so that as the resin cures and shrinks it will not shrink back below the level of the board. After the putty cures sand the putty and the cup level with the surface of the board.