Thermosublimation!

I can arrange printing topsheets by thermosublimation. This will take approx. 2-3 weeks.
For information about creating a print file, here.
Because white areas cannot be printed they should be transparent instead and the resin stained white (works only with glass fiber). Or you cover the print on the underside (adhesive side) with the Screen printing ink brilliant white (available in the shop). From 10 Topsheets I can already order white covered.
The print is possible on Topsheet glossy, matt or gripp up to a width of approx. 320 – 340 mm. Maximum length is 1950 mm. All Topsheets are provided with protective film and 0.5 mm thick and are the same as in the shop.
The price is € 95, – incl. Topsheet for a pair of skis.
If I have several Topsheets to print at the same time it will be cheaper (They can all be different.).
From 2 pieces 75, – € / piece.
From 3 pieces 70, – € / piece.
From 5 pieces 60, – € / piece.
For questions or orders please send an email to: info@skibaumarkt.de

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Georg

New Shipping conditions since 17.11.2014

Up to now I have placed all parcels in two GLS package stores (Germany and Austria). Since the Austrian shop closed in 2014 and the German store too in 2015, I had to change shipping procedures. Unfortunately shipping costs will rise for some countries (e.g. Austria). For others (e.g. Switzerland) it will get cheaper. All shipping charges are shown under “Shipping Charges” at the end of this page.

Switzerland:

I’m now able to ship resin and varnish also to Switzerland, up to 5 kg per parcel. Orders from Switzerland and Liechtenstein can now be placed directly in our store. Shipping charges for Switzerland include customs duty. Articles will be send without VAT. Customs duty and swiss VAT might be charged in Switzerland.

Georg

Move to Germany!

We have moved to Germany. From 01.03.2014 the german VAT applies.

New address:
Skibaumarkt
Georg Hochkofler
Joseweg 3
87459 Pfronten
Deutschland
0049/8363/2640374

Black Base!

The black base is 32 cm in width and only ment to be used for snowboards. Therefore we now have a black base 16 cm in width for skis.

Transparent or coloured base for skis should be split lengthwise first before being cut to final shape.
Attention! The base is very sensitive to temperature changes as long as it is not glued.
The rough and grinded side of the black base should be glued.
For transparent, cloured, and also the 32 cm black base both sides are similar and prepared to be glued.

Georg

Topsheet!

Two-layer, a soft layer for better bonding and a hard layer as a better scratch protection. The glossy topsheet has a protective film which is also sanded. To detect the adhesive side, simply loosen the protective foil at a corner. The roughened glue side is already flamed and should not be soiled.
Only when absolutely necessary clean carefully with acetone and allow to dry very well.
Both topsheets are suitable for thermal sublimation and screen printing.
On wood veneer as a design layer you can better take Ski lacquer as protection, since the topsheet on wood does not stick so well.

Georg

Woodcore!

We glue the cores with a D3 white glue, which is only conditionally water resistant.
This is not a problem as the core should be protected against water, otherwise the wood swells.
We have so far only had good experiences.
However, if you want to glue your cores with epoxy, I can also send the strips separately.

The ABS sidewalls are glued with the ground and flamed side with a PUR wood glue.

Georg

For a pair of skis you need:

– 2 m Base (32cm width) or 4 m Base (16cm width)
– 4 pieces Edges 2m straight or 2 pieces Edges 4m curved
– 8 m VDS tape
– 4 m glass fiber or carbon fiber
– 2 pieces of Woodcores
– 1 piece Tipspacer
– 1 piece of ABS sidewalls
– 1 kg of Resin (we need for a pair of skis about 700 – 800 g)
– 2 m Topsheet

Optional:
– 1 bottle of Airout
– Inserts
– Pigments
– Carbon strip
– Foldback brackets
– Template wood
– Skiend

Georg

Links

www.Skibuilders.com
The site from and for Skibuilders. Lots of information and a forum.

www.freaksoffashion.com
There is printed fleece, for your own design, for inserting.

www.powderequipment.de
Small, interesting Skicompany.

www.alpindeluxe.de
Mountain bike rides, driving technique training in the Allgäu, private tours and lots of fun !!

www.alpstern.net
The new snow sports school in the Tannheimertal!

www.skibuilding.com
There are skibuilding workshops

skibau.skimoebel.at
Skibuilding workshops in Graz.

www.meister-hausser.de
Skibuilding workshopsin Nufringen

holzskibau.de
Small but fine Skicompany in Mittenwald, which builds skis according to your wishes.

www.craftski.de
Ski- and Snowboardbuilding workshops in Hamburg

enlain.com
Ski- and Snowboardbuilding workshopsin Laax in Switzerland

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And now a few photos, which may be helpful at the ski building.

Skiende4

Skiende3

Tipspacer-Beispiel

Kante-ankleben
Glue the edge and cover the Base.

Presse-Form
Skitemplate and press mold.

In-der-Presse
Ski with perforated Foil, Absorber fleece and vacuum film in the press.

Seitenwangenfraeser2
Top milling machine for sidewall milling.

Seitenwangenfraeser
Top milling machine for sidewall milling.

Fraeser
Cutter set.

Cap-Konstruktion
3D Core with Tipspacer and Skiend

Cap-Konstruktion
for Cap-Construktion

Cap-Konstruktion
Holes for Inserts

Cap-Konstruktion
2 curved, higher ash strips, remaining poplar

Cap-Konstruktion
Guide nails for the core go through the Base. (Later small holes)

Bindungseinlage
For binding cores with bCore cores cut approx. 4 mm deep.

Bindungseinlage
Laminate of two thick ash veneers and carbon triax glued.

Kantenbiegezange
Recessed crimping tool for edge bending.

Kantenbiegezange
Lots of power.

Kantenbiegezange
Adjustable radius. Tongs of Holzskibau Mittenwald.

Kantenbiegezange
Edgbendingpliers Skibaumarkt.

Kantenbiegezange
Finely ground pliers.

Kantenbiegezange
Every radius with power and feeling.