Framebuilders - Books on framebuilding/frame geometry
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07-19-11, 08:40 AM
Any suggestions on a book/s that goes over the basics of framebuilding and frame geometries? I'm an info-seeking, self-educating type and am hungry to know more on the subjects. I'm not looking to get into framebuilding, just to know more about the subject purely for my own personal enjoyment. I would appreciate any replies. Thanks.
07-19-11, 10:20 AM
Thanks. That was a great link.
07-19-11, 10:37 AM
The Paterek Manual and Framebuilding DVDs (http://www.timpaterek.com/manual_dvds_us.htm)
Download earlier version of Paterek Manual (http://www.timpaterek.com/tpmanual_pdf.htm) free.
Designing and Building Your Own Frameset (http://bhovey.com/Masi/Scans/Talbot/index.htm) by Richard P. Talbot, P.E.
07-22-11, 12:48 PM
Wonderful links. The knowledge geek in me is doing back flips.
07-23-11, 10:17 PM
I am really lucky to have my CONI book. Way back we called it the Cinelli book.
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