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    Default Help needed with Enroute 3d skateboard mold

    I am trying to make a skateboard mold that is shaped similar to a pringle chip. In the past I have used the extrusion tool because I had a simple profile only along one axis. However, on this mold, I have a profile along the x axis and y axisto make a shape similar to a pringle chip. What is the best way to do this?

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    Default Re: Help needed with Enroute 3d skateboard mold

    With the lofting software program i have.
    I can shape surfboards guitars and have done aircraft (in the past)
    Do you have a board you wish to reverse-engineer?
    I would like to get back into doing the decks.

    Been doing this too long


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    Default Help needed with Enroute 3d skateboard mold

    Thanks for responding. I don't have a board that I am reverse engineering. I am starting from scratch. I am attempting to create a loaded board. It has reverse camber and a concave deck. I think I am overcomplicating things. i guess i am just going to mill my form with the concave and then bend the form to get the reverse camber. Let me know if this makes any sense. LOL.



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    Default Re: Help needed with Enroute 3d skateboard mold

    Can you draw it on paper first?
    this is the stuff i did for aerospace,
    from sketch and budget the engineers got their projects completed.
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    Default Re: Help needed with Enroute 3d skateboard mold

    Quote Originally Posted by bostosh View Post
    With the lofting software program i have.
    I can shape surfboards guitars and have done aircraft (in the past)
    Do you have a board you wish to reverse-engineer?
    I would like to get back into doing the decks.
    What is that?



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    Default Re: Help needed with Enroute 3d skateboard mold

    I was able to get it done. This is a board we made for racecar driver Davey Hamilton Jr.


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    Default Re: Help needed with Enroute 3d skateboard mold

    @tjboards

    That looks great! I had a chuckle earlier in the thread about the potato chip shape.

    I looked over at a scrap piece of 6-Ply (yes 6) crap plywood from Home Depot
    and from it sitting for a few weeks it po'chipped like a pringle.

    Definitely cool... make some more. $$$$



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    Default Re: Help needed with Enroute 3d skateboard mold

    Quote Originally Posted by Picktool View Post
    What is that?

    Fastsurf is the complex surface program i use, it is within the Cadkey19 i use for everything.
    it is from year2000 runs on 32bit XP.

    Been doing this too long


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