yep I agree 100% with LBcrew the right shaper and glasser make all the difference, I have had some lemons in the past but last two epoxy boards have been winners 1 by Von Sol and another by Roberts both seem dialed in with the handshaped epoxy production...
Originally Posted by LBCrew
I've said it before on this forum... EPS/Epoxy comes in all varieties. If you know how to work with the stuff, and you know your resins and fibers, you can address all of the negatives (stiffness, corkiness...), and are left with only the positives (stronger and lighter). The only down side is in production... it takes longer and the materials are more expensive; limiting waste helps address the later.
As an aside... quality epoxy over PU is winner. That's what we do for the Brookdale class.