The glassing schedule is the layup of fiberglass cloth that a surfboard has. It forms the “skin” around the foam core.
Glazing is one of the final steps in surfboard shaping. Here the surfboard is covered with a glaze that completely seals the board so that no water can penetrate later. For this purpose, fiberglass mats, resin and a hardener are used. The glassing dries extremely quickly, which is why high precision is required in this step. This is where the surface of the board is given its final shape.