Here's the Snowpress Daily link.
And interactive guide.
Long day rapping with tuning and wax suppliers and others. I didn't get to see everything and hit requests as I hoped and thought I could. I was on the way to Reusch and stopped by Dominator and time ran out of time. Sorry Rich. Same with Head. I checked out some helmets but didn't see anything like what you are looking for.
The new Tools4Boards Revolver Vise can expand to 150mm and is different than all conventional clamping vises because the threads allow the jaws to expand and clamp symmetrically from center. The skis will remain centered on the end supports. Plus snowboards can rest on the rubber tops and the ends are articulated to conform to camber and can rotate 90° sideways. Here's a video clip.
BCA Tracker 2 isn't out year and hopefully will be this fall.
DB Cooper is a rad snowboarder designer now.
The new SVST bench vise is a piece of art. It's sweet but pricey. Jim Vermillion is a fine machinist. I talked to him about the electric edger, SJB. It's a $3500 tool from Italy, the same in the Maplus catalog. There's a micro small market, AFAIK and not sure where to see one at his time, SJB.
TPJ, I didn't see a demo pipe to scope out.
Terry (aka Alpinord)
Ski & Snowboard Base Prep, Waxing, Tuning, Tools, Supplies & Accessories
This was a proptotype and it's not finalized, but close. The pricing isn't either and it is designed to compete with (and out perform) the conventional clamping vises.
One additional note is that the width is able to be wider or narrower depending on the length of the threaded rod included which is a great versatility feature. If you prefer clamping vises, this is definitely sweet.
Here's the cleaned up video clip of the Revolver Vise: