Fin Core - Keels

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Fin Core - Keels by mesheldrake May 17, 2014
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Hollow honeycomb keel fin cores for fish, mini-simmons, and like that.

Print the two halves, align and glue together, sand a little, then glass like normal. Think I just have two layers of 4oz on these.

Get the honeycomb effect by printing with no perimeters or shells, so it's all honeycomb infill.

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Why does the board is in curtain ?

There is no surfboard in the picture. The fins glued to a piece of cardboard, to make it easy to brush on coats of epoxy.

thx , i understand now ;)