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Author Topic: Things I designed then built in my prior career + a few current ones for fun...  (Read 4725 times)

Offline pawn

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all badass!

I'd love to do a corrugated fence at my house with thick wood posts, but it would get hit with graffiti too quickly and often.

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Badass man!
Why is it your "former" career?

Offline Topoisomerase

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Badass man!
Why is it your "former" career?

I went back to school & am moving in a different direction, profession-wise. I still do it on a scaled-back basis when time allows, but would like to pick up the pace again as a part-time thing at some point in the future.

Offline DesmoBro

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Cool Stuff Man! I could look at stuff like that all day
"I desire the things that will destroy me in the end"

Offline MJPriceisright

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dude this stuff is absolutely amazing..  some serious creativity there.

Offline CafeRacer650

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Wow.  Insane skill sir.  Are you a trained craftsman, or did you study Industrial Design? 
Motorcycles are my personal art medium!
"Jellybean" Cafe Build - http://www.dotheton.com/forum/index.php?topic=41186.0

Offline Topoisomerase

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Wow.  Insane skill sir.  Are you a trained craftsman, or did you study Industrial Design?

No, biology major & taught physics & calc at a private school in Denver for a couple of years. Just picked up a welder one day to try my hand and everything went from there.

Thanks for the compliments everyone!

Offline phxtoad

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Really nice!
Phxtoad
'04 Buell XB12S
Past bikes: '03 Suzuki SV650S 'Lulubelle', 98' Suzuki Bandit 1200S, '85 Honda Nighthawk S, '86 GSXR-750 (avatar), '85 Honda Magna V30, '84 Honda Spree!

Offline Ringo

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Really nice work. I'm envious of your skill.
Chris

Offline spotty

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all badass!

I'd love to do a corrugated fence at my house with thick wood posts, but it would get hit with graffiti too quickly and often.

one solution i've heard of to grafitti-proof fencing etc is to paint it the colour of your choice (or leave it in natural finish) then get clear bathroom silicon from the hardware shop, put loads on a rag and then wipe it all over the fence, if you cover the whole thing with a thin 'smear' of silicon, not only will it protect the finish/paint underneath, any paint that is applied over the silicon will bead up and not set or just run straight off

oh and some beautiful furniture up there too and a cool looking weimeraner
short fast loud, three things punk rock and vmaxs have in common

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