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Bicycle Frame Building Jig
Build a Bicycle Frame
thanks for the thread............lookjs like it should work great
160x80 seems correct :)
Quick Custom Coasters
It can be hard to get the exact extrusions for this Jig, but you can get cut to length materials from item to make a custom jig. Check out www.itemNA.com
I know this is a little late to the party, but the same people that make SolidWorks (Dassault Systemes) offers a program called DraftSight for free and it is basically an AutoCad replica.
Wood Tubing Blocks
I want to build a full suspension motorized bike out of a free mongoose xr200 frame for as cheap as possible and slowly upgrade to better parts later. The starting point is with the frame. I can MIG weld steel and aluminum, notch tubing etc.. I was hoping with 2 other donor frames, to extend the rear swing arm a bit and relocate the shock from inside the frame to the rear of the bike similar to a motoped rear suspension set up to make room inside the frame for the 2 stroke engine and also so the bikes my size better.. I'm hoping I can do it without a jig and won't be wasting my time..
Hi dukeduck. Great work! I wonder if you could send me your 3D file or make it available here? that would help a lot to reproduce the work...
Hey Tanner, great post. I've begun my build following your instructions. Is there a mistake in your extrusion materials diagram however? You mention using 160 x 80 in your description on page two. But in your materials list you have a length of 160 x 40...??
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