It’s a Concept Ruler Board.
It is cut straight in half, no groove or anything, just a straight cut. The cut edge of each half just butts up together.
Then, what appears to be a carbon fibre plate bolts down, joining the two halves of the board together.
The plate has 3 bolts on each side which screw into corresponding threads in the board.
The plate had 4 ‘lugs’ on the underside of it, similar in size to half a marble sticking out, these locate into corresponding ‘cups’ in the board.
As the bolts are tightened the ‘lug’s tighten into the ‘cups’.
What is clear when assembling the board is the precision of how all the parts are made and how well it fits together.
The connecting plate is a work of art, being so stiff and light.
The finished board has great strength, far more than you would ever expect only bolting it from one side.
Apart from the reviews, warranty, dealing with a known retailer, I liked the fact it splits into 2 equal parts. So my 140, becomes 70cm for travelling and can be packed with some packing, into a 75cm suitcase long if necessary.
Here's the exact same board but with a different name on it, being put together;
Greenturtle wrote: ↑
Sun Jan 13, 2019 4:07 pm
Perhaps you could post some detailed pics of your factory split board, so that anyone interested in making their own could get more ideas while they mend socks and read this forum...