You remember how i used to make titanium acoustic isolation shafts and other bits for very very high end audio equipment? well here’s some more of a new design, these are to support cabinets that contain super expensive hi-fi, hope they don’t break!
Here are some titanium posts for Moss Metal Finishing in Hipperholme, they are used to hold the alloy components onto racking so they can be lowered into the gunk that anodises them. These are M6 and M10 made from grade 5 titanium which isn’t supposed to work very well in this application, the alloy content is supposed to leach out […]
Here are 4 wee M6 titanium socket cap bolts, i’m not scottish i just like describing things as ‘wee’. Quite tricky to do being fully threaded as there is nothing to hold on to when turning and broaching the head other than the thread, which is not good practice but sometimes you have to do it.
I’ve just finished going loudly mad making these grade 2 titanium exhaust fittings for two stroke trials bikes. Although my camera has made them look gold they are in fact silver in colour. Its the first time i’ve machined grade 2 titanium in earnest, and i can honestly say i never want to machine any more! man its horrible, who’d […]