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CNC Stomp Pad 10 - Final Assembly
Video Transcript:Hello, I am Ivan Irons for www.cncinformation.com. In this video we are going to assemble the stomp pad. We've been to the drill press to drill the holes. We flattened it and now we need to put it together. You'll see normally I don't move quite as fast, I sped up the video little bit because there are many of these and it takes a while to watch. I’m putting on these spikes and as you probably saw before, they're really like not a bolt. You put these together to assemble and this is not too complex. Here I am going through just one by one adding these spikes and will have the initial fit up to make sure that this is all going to work One thing that I did find out in this step, is that on the backside, those screws that I am using stuck out a little too far and we are going to want that perfectly flat. I couldn't get it quite there but I did go back to the drill press and bore out those holes a little bit more. Then I had screws that had a tapered shoulder and they would go a little bit further into the metal. Watch me here for little while and I’ll put these spikes together to be back in a second. You will notice I'm getting to the end and going through with the screwdriver just tightening those up. You'll see how much those screws really stuck on the backside. In order to mount this on the snowboard we need a flat surface. Our next step is to actually get that stomp pad to the board so we can see how this thing looks. I have my existing snowboard and then I have an un-used snowboard without bindings on it. Let's get a look at seeing how this will look on the actual board. It gives us an idea of placement before we taped this down. You can now have somewhat of an ideal of what it is going to look like on the snowboard. Next you can see there another style of stomp pad right to the right. We will pan back here so that the existing stomp pad is next to the new one that we may see both the boards together and the contrast between them. Next we’re going to attach that stomp pad to snowboard and what we are going to use here is some double-sided tape by 3M. It’s outdoor mounting tape. The reason I went with it was really because they showed using this tape to mount street numbers to houses and you could use it on brick and all sorts of heavy duty items. This also gives us the option of it being flexible which we want as a snowboard flexes. However, it is also sticky or tacky enough that this would never come off. The stomp pad is getting finished and this is actually my buddy’s board. He is pealing off the backing to all those pieces a tape; you see it there, before we adhere it. Here he is adhering it to his snowboard. It does not have an existing stomp pad. He put on a snow boot and is stomping on it to get it to stick. Here is an overall shot. Here it is out in the snow being used as the season is already here. It works great. If you like this CNC Tutorial go to CNC information.com I produce these on a somewhat regular clip so you can go there and get more information. Thanks!
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