These are titanium spikes that Hi-Fi equipment sits on to reduce acoustic feedback and noise. They are set in lignum vitea feet with a ceramic ball bearing in the cupped end, and the spikey end sits on a titanium puck. They are all to within 0.05mm of each other in length, tricky and time consuming to acheive.
Here’s a titanium swinging arm axle, the bolt for the end and swinging arm pinch bolts I made for a Harley Davidson. The original was a beast, mines a little more refined!
Here’s a few titanium parts I made for a Mini used in sprints and hillclimbs. Its a super lightweight and fast little thing, even lighter now!
These are wheel spacers, some cup washers and M8 bolts I’ve made from titanium for a Honda. The cup washers are as fiddly to make as they look!
Here’s a little titanium banjo bolt I made earlier. Always fun to make as they are fiddly, time consuming and eye watering but just lovely when finished.