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The purpose of the articles in this wiki is to provide information on exactly how I built snowboards at Happy Monkey Snowboards, Inc., so that others may learn from it. This will not be a comprehensive treatment of all the different ways to accomplish these tasks, but rather just the ways that I have personally done it that have yielded success. For alternatives to these techniques see SkiBuilders.com<ref>http://www.skibuilders.com</ref> and GrafSnowboards.com<ref>http://www.grafsnowboards.com</ref>, where they have collected detailed how-to’s on how they and others build boards, and have extensive and active forums with even more information on alternatives.
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The purpose of the articles in this wiki is to provide information on exactly how I built snowboards at Happy Monkey Snowboards, Inc., so that others may learn from it. This will not be a comprehensive treatment of all the different ways to accomplish these tasks, but rather just the ways that I have personally done it that have yielded success. For alternatives to these techniques see [http://www.skibuilders.com Skibuilders.com] and [http://www.grafsnowboards.com GrafSnowboards.com], where they have collected detailed how-to’s on how they and others build boards, and have extensive and active forums with even more information on alternatives.
  
 
Enjoy,
 
Enjoy,
  
 
[[User:Head Monkey|Head Monkey]]
 
[[User:Head Monkey|Head Monkey]]
 
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Revision as of 01:12, 9 July 2011

The purpose of the articles in this wiki is to provide information on exactly how I built snowboards at Happy Monkey Snowboards, Inc., so that others may learn from it. This will not be a comprehensive treatment of all the different ways to accomplish these tasks, but rather just the ways that I have personally done it that have yielded success. For alternatives to these techniques see Skibuilders.com and GrafSnowboards.com, where they have collected detailed how-to’s on how they and others build boards, and have extensive and active forums with even more information on alternatives.

Enjoy,

Head Monkey