Go for it!
That's an awesome tutorial! I followed that last year repairing a badly wacked edge on a friends ski. I was able to remove material around the bent section and push it back in place pretty well with clamps and reattach it then I filed it smooth. I used two part hysol epoxy and base material from Tognar (who also have edge sections and screws) With excellant results - I just got another look at them the other day and it looks to be holding together just fine - in fact it was a little hard to find! I used a small trim router that I have for making counter tops with a mortising bit (cuts on the END not the side) for leveling the repairs but a regular one would be do-able although a roto zip with the router base attachment would probably be ideal - easyest to handle and best visability of cutting action. The final step in leveling the repair is pretty critical in getting the depth just right so the patch ends up ever so slightly proud of the ski base. Go a little at a time if you need to and remember to allow a little bit for a layer of glue - don't clamp it to death squeezing virtually all of the glue out. I think I used spring clamps - not c clamps - and a small block of wood with wax paper in between. As I recall I "scarred" up the back of the patch material and the repair "bed" a little to give it some "tooth". So give it a go - it ain't rocket surgery - just ski surgery.
My friend was afraid his skis were junk so we thought what's there to lose and now he's glad we did.
I think I spent about $40 or $50 and I have enough material left over for several more repairs.