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Airbrush painting for motorcycle ideas

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Painting bike all the processes a month for cyclists around the world as it is the image of who they are, how they think, and their level of insanity in the direction of motion. They ensure that these are the best techniques for using color to their bikes is not attractive enough to suit their personalities. It is now widely used with a motorcycle airbrush paint to give their bike a unique look with different colors and graphics, such as flames, skulls, wildlife, etc. Paint your bike by yourself you can save hundreds of dollars in paint shops charge a considerable amount for a task you can do at home.

Airbrush painting for motorcycle

This painting is a modern technology that is used for almost every type of bike, can be a Harley Davidson or sports. The way people want their bikes can be painted with this technique because it allows easy painter to color some parts of the bike in different colors and styles. If you want to paint your bike in a colorful way, you have an airbrush, a tool is used for spray painting.

Painting a bike

If you are wondering how you are going to paint a bike at home, you need to get advice and steps to follow with a good result. If you disagree with the task you are careful, because it will appear at the end of your bike like a motorcycle, children played with the colors. Always paint with the tools and techniques, you can do the job in a very good and your bike a unique look brilliant, you've always wanted.

The first thing to do would be to change the color or colors you want your bike to choose the color. She painted the color from a reputable dealer who knows not deceive you buy. There are several vendors, the color quality capable of providing low-cost for the same price. You can also combine two or more colors to make a custom color of your choice. You can refer to many books or pamphlets on the subject, to see if the colors accordingly.

After completing the selection and purchase of the appropriate color, remove parts of the motorcycle, you do not want painted. This eliminates the possibility of over-spray or any other area of ​​the bike that is not to paint. Use sandpaper to remove the old paint and motorcycle parts to paint. You should never paint over old paint. If you do this, the painted surface of a motorcycle is not a smooth cover.

You must ensure that the parts are painted with no bumps or pits on it. If they do, you need to get their teeth fixed. Make sure the surface is free of old paint and paint pretty slick. The parties in possession of a cloth and the surface facing the outside. If necessary, you can place small wooden blocks under the wings, to keep them standing.

Check if the gun works properly, and make sure that the paint comes in a subtle way. If there is a ripple, just adjust the nozzle properly. Airbrush sweeping back and forth, which is to apply a light, soft fur on the workpiece surface. The paint should be applied if you put the powder on the surface of beautiful color.

Keep the painted parts to dry, and after a while it repeats the process of painting with an ink of a different color. Since the coating layers of color are applied to the surface, the color will deepen. After the paint is dry, it would be the last step, the clear coat, painted parts that give a shiny layer of protection are provided.

There are many colors of paint motorcycle, you can choose to make your bike of its kind. If you have a color, you can always paint your bike you think the house.

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SV650 - Chassis No.1

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It's a big day today with the completion of the first frame. Simon and Stuart (the welders) have done a great job with the TIG welding over the past few weeks to get it to this stage and we can finally see the realisation of the CAD model.

All in it takes 63 components to build this, with most tubular joints seeing a 360 degree weld, so its taken a few hours to weld in the jig and then on the workbench.



  
Now that we have reached this stage, many other pieces should start to fit in place as the delay in having the frame finished has created a bit of a backlog. 

It's time to get building a bike!

SNOBIKE Prototype Testing

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You've seen the photos and we've had the snow. Here's a short film of Chris Walford and myself testing the prototype. Works a treat!

Thanks to Chris for the editing and the clouds for the snow!

Phils Folding Bike Film

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This is a nice little film showing how it all works. 

Cheers Phil.



Phils Folding Bike

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 This is a project that I assisted a former university colleague on at the end of last year and he has just sent over some photos of the final result.


Phil wanted to convert a standard road bike frame into a folding bike and designed some very simple and elegant hinges and break points. After a few discussions and refinements to the design, we ended up with the mechanical joints that you see below.


 The two hinges fit on the top tube and lock in place. One of these hinges has an element of rotation in order to allow the bike to fold out of alignment to prevent the wheels folding into each other.

 
This is the breaking point. Both pieces lock together then the outer knurled stainless steel sleeve screws them both together. (There was some clever machining to get everything to fit perfectly and the threads to align perfectly on this).



Lotus in Tape

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The first tape drawing of 2012, (hopefully I'll get round to doing a few more this year). The largest "arty" one that I've done so far, thought I've got bigger ones lined up. Not created for anyone, so for sale at the right price, other commissions available.


Can you guess who it is?

SV650 - Developments Of A Front Subframe

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Here are some photos showing how the front aluminum subframe is developing. Three piece construction from sheet aluminum and tubing, designed to support the front headlight, sidelights, instrument panel, bodywork and mirrors. 


We are about as far as we can go with at the moment until we can fit it to the frame and check the bodywork mountings on it, as there are a couple more tubes to go on before welding.



SV650 - Welded Rear Subframe

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One of the first completed parts. The rear subframe had been TIG welded earlier in the week and we received it back today from Simon. 

Very pleased with how its all come together and now we can start to transfer the bodywork to it whilst we wait for the main frame to be finished.


SV650 - Rear Subframe Jig

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 The first glimpse of how the rear subframe will look, sat in the jig ready to be TIG welded.

Welding also commenced on the main frame today and is coming along nicely.




SV650 - Tubes, Bosses & Fixtures

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What goes into a frame? 

Well, these are all of the parts that go into making our frame. I've gradually been machining, cutting, bending, notching and welding these parts from the CAD model for the past few months and have now reached a stage where they are all sat in the jig awaiting welding.


Tube bending has been problematic to say the least, but with time, swearing and many failed attempts destined for the scrap bin, I've managed to master the art (and our bender).


A tubular steel trellis frames needs triangulation for strength! Below is the headstock assembly which has to be welded on a separate jig before going into the frame jig, as it requires some machining with the bosses in place.

Like I said, the frame is all setup in the jig and should be welded within the next week. Check back for photos then!