OK, I can think of a number of different ways to accomplish the same thing with less chance of flying catastrophe, but what the hell, this is kind of awesome. I might not suggest it as your next weekend project, but I can totally get down with the do-it-yourself, use what you’ve got mentality […]
Archive for November, 2010
Robert Smith is back again. This guy is great.
The 555 2010? Good Stuff as always, check it out here: http://thefivefivefive.blogspot.com/
Get your lathe on thanks to PopMech. Collets, brakes, shears - OH MY!
I’m not sure I would call this advanced but certainly for the beginner it’s a bit more involved and dives you deeper into the craft. Good stuff.
Real basic, but great info for those getting ready to jump into welding. Check back for part 2 tomorrow.
a prayer for cool from Marc Bencivenga on Vimeo.
Fun stuff. Shot it on a 50 year old super 8 camera which gives a nice aesthetic quality.
Magnificent treasure to others.
Not huffing or fluffing, but buffing. Get it clean and shiny. As always, click the pics to enlarge.
The specific application is for a car, but the info is easy to translate for 2 wheel fabrication purposes. The info would be particularly handy if you were going to try your hand at a custom tank or any other sort of custom sheet metal fabrication. As always, click the pics to enlarge.
I wouldn’t normally put up a industry corporations blog, but the Icon blog is solid.