Hey guys, so I was thinking about a way to get a nice flexy bamboo deck with a built in enclosure, and I might have figured it out. That being said, I have 0 experience building boards or working with carbon fiber, so this could be an awful idea and I’d have no clue.
So basically, I’d use a roarockit kit and buy their bamboo veneers, and I would vaccum bag some carbon fiber into the shape of the deck, with two enclosures on either side. Then I would cut the bamboo veneers to the shape of the deck, and cut out holes for the enclosures to slot through in half the veneers. After that I would glue it all together with the bamboo with the cutouts on the bottom, the carbon fiber layer in the middle, then the flat bamboo pieces on top. Then I’d use the roarockit to press it all together. After that you could cut out holes in the top of the deck to access the enclosures.
Would the carbon fiber add the rigidity needed? Or would I be cutting out too much bamboo? What do you guys think?