Production steps of Paddle board
1.Shaping the blanks
1: Customer datasheet available, you can order your length, width, density, thickness, nose, tail or others. all information provided by the customer should be a PDF, AI file, provided with the logo.
If it's a thin surfboard, we put a piece of wood stringer in the middle of the board to give the board more strength and stability. If it is paddle board, we suggest not to increase, but if the customer needs, we will increase according to the customer's requirements.
Mr. Shi is a Chinese prefect surfboard shaper, and the teacher. He worked with One famous board factory as the plant manager. He familiar with each processing, row material and make surfboard design. Teach a lot of the shaper here to work with the factory. Called the “ master”, which remains the quality standard and stable.
3: Our CNC shaping, customize standard shape ( AKU / S 3D/ IGS optional)
2.Laminating the outer shell
1: Flexible the material of the layout (6OZ fiberglass, carbon fiber, bamboo veneer, wood paper)
2: Qualified the epoxy and performance fiberglass.
3: With vacuum technology ensure the strength (PVC foam, bamboo veneer)
4: Reduce the bubbles, sufficiently connection.
Hot-coat=a coat of resin applied over the glassed surfboard
Gloss-cost=a coat of resin applied over the sanded hot-coat
3.Sanding the boards
Adding the fittings
1: Dry sanded
2: Wet sanded
3: To ensure the smooth and consistence
4: Avoid gouging into the fiberglass layer
5: Ensure the boards shape
6: Customize fittings (fin system, handle, vent system etc)
4.Artwork and painting
1: Customize airbrushing or Spray Painting the blank
2: Printing logo laminates
3: 4 colors water sticker or acetic sheet available
4: Qualified enviro-paints to keep
5: Color well
6: Anti- UV
5.Final Finishing Polish
1: Qualified polish wax
2: Mirror effective
A surfboard is visually inspected several times during the manufacturing process, the blank is inspected for voids and other defects after it comes out of the mold. The shaping step. Which is critical to the appearance and performance of the board, takes place in a well-illuminated area to allow the builder to spot any imperfections. The board is given a final inspection after the sanding and finishing step to ensure it meets the craft standards of the builder.