Do you get much international interest in your custom chairs?
Yup, there's only really about 5 companies worldwide that do them seriously. I only make 25-30 a year, with about 10 a year abroad. They generally visit for 3-5 days and I build the chair while they stay nearby. Canada, Finland, France, Belgium, Spain, Ireland...guy from Costa Rica tomorrow
My company's Draft Whelchairs. We sell other companies' chairs, too, but I specialise in elite level racing wheelchairs. Just me doing the building.
There are quite a few Ti day and sports chair manufacturers around, but racing chairs are pretty much universally in aluminium these days.
RGK do steel and Ti (and just launched a new alu BB chair at the Paras), then there's TiLite (a branch of Ti Sport), Top End from Florida, Bromakin in Loughborough do Ti, Melrose from New Zealand, and then many of the big manufacturers have a Ti model on the books (usually with sub-frames made in Taiwan (Kuschall, Meyra, Sopur).
Pause, take a breath and ask yourself: "What would Rastamouse