Banding the rails with a Skil 100 planer on my 1979 Retro 7’4″ single fin

Banding the rails with a Skil 100 planer on my 1979 Retro 7'4" single fin -

Banding the rails with a Skil 100 planer on my 1979 Retro 7’4″ single fin. It’s the longest board in the three board quiver from that year which I’m now in the process of recreating. To roll the rails on a hand shape consists of one main 45 degree cut from nose to tail, then two more cuts to take the corners off the initial cut. This gives you 4 rail band edges which are usually taken off with a sureform. @burfordblanks #markrichardssurfboards #mrsinglefin #mrretrosinglefin #mr1979retrosinglefin #mr1979retrosinglefinmodel #mr1979retrocontestquiver #mr1979hawaiicontestquiver #skil100planer #skil100

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