2012 Annual Tune-up Clinic Canton, MA

Saturday, December 1st
11:00 to 3:00pm
Arthur C. Lamb Co
85 Jackson St., Canton, MA

Sparks are going to fly in preparation for another season.

Runner sharpening

The Tune-up Clinic is an annual NEIYA before-the-ice-comes event.

If you have any interest in the sport of ice boating, this is a great place to learn about it. Informal discussions on alignment, safety, runner sharpening, racing, cruising, whatever, will be going on. We will have coffee, doughnuts, hot dogs, chips etc. Bring something if you would like but not necessary we always have plenty.

This is your best opportunity to talk to other ice boaters where its warm and without helmets, face masks and glove on to get in the way.

Open to members and non members, bring a friend that might be interested in ice boating.

If you have a jig for alignment or sharpening please bring it, good to see different methods.

There will also be an Indoor swap meet, bring gear for sale.  Steve Duhamel ofNorth Wind Ice boat will be there with lot’s of new and used stuff.

Directions:

Take Rte.95 to exit 11A (Neponset St., Canton)
Follow up to light, take left onto Chapman St.
Travel less than 1/4 mile to top of hill look for signs (To Jackson St) Turn right and right again 180 degrees onto Jackson St., “Do not go over railroad bridge”
Lamb Co. will be on your left ( Beige block building)

Lost call 781 389 4681 or 781 828 9797

Note: GPS will tell you to go the 2nd light and turn left onto Jackson St., this is a NO left turn
Make left at light onto Chapman St. go 1/4 mile the top of hill. Red brick building on left, make 180 deg. turn onto Jackson St.
If you go over railroad bridge you have gone to far on Chapman St.
Lamb Co is tan block building on left

2011 Tune-up
2010 Tune-up

P.S.
This is a hands-on event so roll up your sleeves, we’re hear to help.

Images from last year’s Tune-

One response

  1. John Eastman

    Howdy Folks, I picked up a set of really nice SS T irons for a tenth of the regular cost… These irons are beautifully made, but .001-.002 under race min. spec I noted with keen interest the photo is a full blown machine shop… From square edge to beveled edge, done with abrasives or end mill ? I’d also like to prototype a effective brake design for the new Mead. Anyone seen the cat’s butt of an ice boat brake to adopt? John E. NEIYA & CIBC

    11/13/2012 at 9:11 pm