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PostPosted: Wed May 11, 2011 7:45 am 
A bike friendly anodising man...


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What sort of entry cost is there for a small home cnc mill for this sort of thing?


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http://deepgroove1.com/cncmill.htm

it will cost a fair bit, but it is something I will always keep and use so...


I will get around to posting the Klein Attittude, it is a 21" Coral Reef '94.


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Cool thread, some real nice stuff. I wouldn't mind a little CNC set up at some point.


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New to this forum but Love seeing quality home made efforts!


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bat40a6 wrote:


I will get around to posting the Klein Attittude, it is a 21" Coral Reef '94.


Nice, looking forward to some pics of that Klein. Hmmm, might even wanting that one, so maybe do not post pics ;)

about machining:
I am looking for a spare part for a Joe's / Rhino rear mech, any chance you can fabricate one?
Problem:I do not know how the original part looks (so need some help from fellow retro bike members...)

Thanks!


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wow I'm over overwhelmed!! I've something similar to yours on my 93 Brodie. But yours are way nicer. Please let me know if u ever interested to sell me a couple of them. Thank you very much.

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sweetparts.... :D


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Makes me wish I never Changed Trade From CNC machinist/programmer to electrition fitter.... Wonder If I can talk the gaffer in to buying a Bridgeport Interact. Very nice machining and drawing going on there you could make a nice bit of profit on some parts and keep some bikes going like pace brake rockers :wink:


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After readign this thread i was strangly drawn to havign a go at this CNC gig.

Been to night school for autodesk inventor. drew some stuff and gave it to my local CNC guys. This is the output:
Cantis in 6085 t6 alloy
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Fork crown for a mk1 breezer in en24 steel:
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Will do photos when they are built.

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