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MS PATAAS – 5’7″ Twinfin

MS PATAAS - 5'7" Twinfin Updated

The manual and construction plans for the first Menuisier Surfboard the MS PATAAS – 5’7″ Twinfin are now available for download. So far they are only available in german (if anybody likes to help with translation we are very happy). In Senegal we chose Samba wood(light) for the board and Dimb wood(strong) for the fins and plugs. …

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perma-grin from endless stoke

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A big thank you goes out to all of you out there supporting our project. WE MADE IT!!! Due to your generous help we will be able start the next round in our development process. We are especially happy to see that so many people sponsored a surfboard for senegalese surfers. So far the plan is …

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Brainfood Impressions

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The Brainfood event at the Freitag factory has been a great success! Thank you for coming along and supporting us. We really enjoyed having you there and sharing our project with you. Photo Courtesy: Emanuel Oberle.

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Menuisier Surfboards on wemakit.com

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We want to take the next step, push the development of the menuisier surfboard and make a production possible. Therefor your help is needed. Please visit us on “wemakeit” to see how you can help us! https://wemakeit.com/projects/menuisier-surfboards

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SURF SENEGAL – Brainfood served by FREITAG

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Wir präsentieren unser Projekt am Dienstag, 10. März 2015 bei Freitag im Noerd in Oerlikon. SURF SENEGAL BRAINFOOD served by FREITAG Mehr infos gibts hier: www.freitag.ch/brainfood

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Menuisier Surfboards im Tages-Anzeiger

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«Wir entwickeln einfache Baupläne für Surfbretter» Die Studenten Leandro Destefani und Dario Zadra haben in Senegal lokalen Schreinern die Produktion von Surfbrettern ermöglicht. Sie kommen gerade von einem Projekt in Senegal zurück. Was haben Sie da konkret gemacht?Mein Projektpartner Dario Zadra und ich haben in Dakar mit einheimischen Schreinern eine Methode entwickelt, um mit lokalen …

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