How Grain Makes Wooden Surfboards

In this episode of Bloomberg Pursuits’ MADE series we visit a shop in York, Maine. Grain Surfboards are built through an additive process that has much in common with traditional wooden ship-building. Planks of wood are cut and glued onto an internal wood frame before being sanded down to their final shape.

Video by Brian Schildhorn, David Nicholson


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