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by Simon
Thursday 2 February 2006, 15:10
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: Shape of the sidecut
Replies: 17
Views: 7674

Is it possible to ride a board with a small sidecut radius at tip/tail and a big one at the centre of the board? It would also be an elliptical curve, simply rotate the ellipse at 90°.
by Simon
Thursday 2 February 2006, 14:50
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: Shape of the sidecut
Replies: 17
Views: 7674

too difficult! :think: isn't there a progressive sidecut too? Elliptical and parabolic sidecut describes how the radius of the sidecut changes over the lenght of the board. If I remember right, swoard uses a circular sidecut, so the radius is always the same. Parabolic sidecut: bigger radius at tip/...
by Simon
Tuesday 31 January 2006, 19:36
Forum: Forum auf Deutsch
Topic: Deeluxe zu klein!
Replies: 13
Views: 9164

Ist wirklich die Schale zu klein oder nur der Innenschuh. Bist mal ohne Innenschuh in der Schale gestanden? Ich hatte mir letztes Jahr auch notfallmässig (beim alten brach das Aussengelenk) einen neuen Indy kaufen müssen MP27 mit Thermo Innenschuh. Das Ding drückte ohne Ende, weil der Innenschuh so ...
by Simon
Tuesday 24 January 2006, 19:55
Forum: Le coin des francophones
Topic: sondage : RAB modifié
Replies: 140
Views: 76031

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by Simon
Tuesday 24 January 2006, 19:54
Forum: Le coin des francophones
Topic: sondage : RAB modifié
Replies: 140
Views: 76031

salut

voilà les dessins de SAB
by Simon
Tuesday 24 January 2006, 19:47
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: New home made RAB
Replies: 32
Views: 41934

CAD drawings
by Simon
Tuesday 24 January 2006, 19:42
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: New home made RAB
Replies: 32
Views: 41934

the bottom part
by Simon
Tuesday 24 January 2006, 19:41
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: New home made RAB
Replies: 32
Views: 41934

Hello

Now, the drawings are ready!

The drawings don't represent exactly my manufactured SAB, because I already changed some parts. Especially the main part is now made of one piece of alu, the part between the springs isn't screwed on anymore.
by Simon
Thursday 19 January 2006, 9:11
Forum: Forum auf Deutsch
Topic: Das Nur-schöne-Snowboard Foto - Topic
Replies: 15
Views: 12384

wer: ich
mit: Swoard 3D 175, Deeluxe Indy mit SAB
wo: Gstaad (Rellerli) 2005
by Simon
Wednesday 18 January 2006, 21:23
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: New home made RAB
Replies: 32
Views: 41934

at long last, there is the first SAB-test report! First I rode the new SAB boot with Swoard for one day on the diablerets glacier. The boot was soft and had an amazing flex, was great for push pull and lay downs. For "normal" carving it was a bit exhausting. The next day I had real sore calf muscles...
by Simon
Wednesday 14 December 2005, 20:40
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: New home made RAB
Replies: 32
Views: 41934

Carvejunky Indeed I was on the board last weekend, but still with the old boot. Give attention with the spring rates, it also depends on the construction of the RAB. The spring in the old boot (the orange one in the picture) with the alemost original RAB has a rate of 8N/mm and lenght of 63mm, if I ...
by Simon
Tuesday 6 December 2005, 19:59
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: New home made RAB
Replies: 32
Views: 41934

Here are the side pics in the three desired positions.

Simon
by Simon
Friday 2 December 2005, 20:11
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: New home made RAB
Replies: 32
Views: 41934

That's clear, no M4 on the NW. I was just thinking about such a mechanism on my boot and because the thread on top of SAB is M6, the bottom one would be M4 (and that's a bit small). Your post was clear, thank you for measure.

Simon
by Simon
Friday 2 December 2005, 17:57
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: New home made RAB
Replies: 32
Views: 41934

M6 and M8 thread, could be critical to adapt this principe to the SAB, because there the outer tread is only M6 to hold the system compact (small backward spring). M4 bolt on the bottom looks a bit weak to me.
by Simon
Friday 2 December 2005, 9:04
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: New home made RAB
Replies: 32
Views: 41934

Hello rcrobar

thank you for the pictures, indeed this micro adjustable NW forward lean mechanism is well done with its in- and outside threaded bolt, but complex to machine (how should I do this allen screw head on top of the bolt :huh: ). Can you please tell me the diameters of these threads?

Simon