Posts made in December, 2013

Titanium bolts for a car

Posted by on Dec 30, 2013 in News | 0 comments

This is the last of the car bolts i’ve been on with. They do something underneath the car, holding arms and brakes and stuff like that on. I’m not really up on cars as you can tell, they have too many wheels for my limited brain capacity and weigh a lot, i know that for sure! Anyway i don’t need to know what they hold on, just the tollerences to machine them to.

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Titanium brake caliper bolts

Posted by on Dec 24, 2013 in News | 0 comments

I’ve made these titanium brake caliper bolts for a car, i think its a mini, but it could be a BMW, though they are much the same these days as i understand. My customer has a few of each so i’m not sure which these are for!

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Titanium post for the anodising industy

Posted by on Dec 23, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Those good chaps at Moss Metal Finishing need another batch of M8 posts to bolt items to the jigs they use to suspend them in the solution tanks. They are straight forward to make if a little time consuming and fiddly, there’s a lot of tool changing ect. but they have to be titanium to withstand repeated dunkings in the tanks.

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Yamaha R1 titanium oil cooler bolt

Posted by on Dec 22, 2013 in News | 0 comments

This is the last of the current batch of Yamaha R1 titanium parts. Its the oil cooler bolt. I always enjoy making these as they are quite stunning when finished and a shed load lighter than original.

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Titanium M14 flanged bolts and stem nuts

Posted by on Dec 21, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Here’s a couple of titanium M24x1 steering head stem nuts and M14x1.5 flanged bolts hot off the press! I’ve started putting the dimple in bolt heads a standard now unless they need to be flat topped, just because it doesn’t take too much doing and it looks a lot more trick.

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