Re: [CR] KOF Drillium


Example: Framebuilders:Chris Pauley

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From: Mark Fulton <markfulton5@mac.com>
Date: Tue, 26 May 2009 23:49:34 -0700
To: Otis <otis@otisrecords.com>
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Subject: Re: [CR] KOF Drillium


Jon wrote:

As long as we're on the subject I thought I'd share some millium- drillium pieces I've been working on lately.

I'm trying to subscribe to a "safe and sane" approach with pretty minimal material removal (except for that last stem). There will be no holes punched through crank-arms.

I think it's a cool way to personalize your bike.

http://www.otis.g2solutions.biz/ebayimages/temp-drill-1.jpg

http://www.otis.g2solutions.biz/ebayimages/temp-drill-2.jpg

http://www.otis.g2solutions.biz/ebayimages/temp-drill-3.jpg

http://www.otis.g2solutions.biz/ebayimages/temp-drill-4.jpg

http://www.otis.g2solutions.biz/ebayimages/temp-drill-5.jpg

Jon Williams Grants Pass OR USA

Now this is nice stuff! I especially like the "millium" technique. I also like the counter-sunk drillium. I might try spot facing. And then maybe filling the spots with black paint. Sometimes I really miss my Bridgeport* days.

Mark Fulton Redwood City California USA

*Not the city, the vertical milling machine.