Man scrubfest was fun, next year I'll have to be there for all three days. The part that I have worked on is the baseplates. I will see what I can work out here in the near future if I will be selling both the ride bindings and my baseplates, or just the baseplates and you'll have to pick up the rides from a current retailer. I gotta get back to work, but I will post my stuff in the scrub TR soon. Then rework the webpage, then order business cards, then make design mods, then test the new pins that are on the way, then talk to my suppliers, then program my machine for making more spacers, and order more material, take off to Big Mountain to ride with the boys from back home this weekend, then work on that ski bike design for my client, talk to the ride rep, pick up Becca from the airport, etc etc etc etc
Joined: Thu Nov 16, 2006 9:47 pm Posts: 23 Location: Anchorage, AK
that looks awesome, i have been thinking of making a springloaded linkage for skinning with my voile plates (somewhat like naxo randonee bindings). figured it might avert me from lifting the board any while skinning, but it would also be another thing to take out when setting up for descent. there is still a lot of room for improvement in the splitboard market and i hope you do well. curious for any input on the linkage idea.
Here's Will, creating the next big thing in splitting. The man is busier than a beer bong at a bachelor party... and no one offers to help him out? Geez.
Hey Will, how many feet of vert would you like those new pins tested over? We can take that onerous task off your hands and leave you to focus on all the important, um, office work.
Are the Voile puck concept patented? By no means do I want to see someone cut Voile's rightful lunch (one they worked hard to make and deserve), but I am interested in pucks that are pressed out of an alloy plate rather than the current very flexible plastic. If the market ever sees pucks made of alternate materials, will it have to come from Voile?