I've come across Columbus Forks which bear a Fedori Laminati sticker. Anyone know what this signifies? - google isn't helping.
A literal translation is 'rolled sleeves': but what could this mean in terms of fork construction?
To do with the way the tubing used in the fork blades is fabricated, I guess - it's butted in some way presumably. Interestingly, main frame tubing in the SLX New set is dedicated as rinforzi elicoidali
which I presume means "spiral butted"*....I wonder if the terms rinforzi/laminati
for tube butting are interchangeable?
*Although in the pasta world, things are different again and a "rifled" pattern is fusili
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