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17th February 2007 03:06 AM
RE: DRAM 2006 tech

Ooops. I had a look at Starboard "technology" page and I discovered that: 1) "The Dur-X construction label signifies the use of heel bumpers, oversized, angled reinforcements and optimized external reinforcement patches. The Dur-X standard is used for Acid and Evo models, both Wood and TechnoraTM. The Evo 80, 90 and Acid 80, 86 Technora use a single sandwich construction, other sizes use double sandwich." and 2) they call "core" the sandwiched foam (it seems more correct to me to call "core" the core).
17th February 2007 12:52 AM
RE: DRAM 2006 tech

Sorry!! I used "core" term were "foam" should be used ...
So, DRAM without DUR-X is single sandwich.
Few year ago, before DUR-X tech arrived, DRAM tech was double sandwich:


Isn't it ??
16th February 2007 08:17 PM
RE: DRAM 2006 tech

That's not PVC "core". The core is EPS. PVC is the foam used for the shell, sandwiched between the (carbon/dyneema/glass)fiber-epoxy or wood skins: 2 layers ("double sandwich") for Dur-X, just 1 for other boards.
16th February 2007 04:47 PM
DRAM 2006 tech


DRAM means "Dyneema Reinforced Airex Model".
When DUR-X is used with DRAM both Inner and Outer PVC (Airex) core are used.
What happens with the rest of boards (No DUR-X like Isonic DRAM)? There is a PVC core inside?

I couldn't find this information in the TECH page DRAM Figure.

Thanks in advanced, best regards !!

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