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Old 03-09-13, 09:44 AM   #1
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the unpainted flicker site....builds in progress without paint

Link to see several builders bikes before paint:

http://www.flickr.com/groups/624639@N22/
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may be 5% of the photos I take are of frames with paint. This will be a great group for me, thanks.
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Here's my Flickr collection in which I used to dump all the sets created to show process shots atmo -
http://www.flickr.com/photos/9866331...7619619034839/

I stopped paying attention to it a year or so ago, but it still had thousands of decent image.s
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Here's my Flickr collection in which I used to dump all the sets created to show process shots atmo -
http://www.flickr.com/photos/9866331...7619619034839/
thanks for the link, this will be a great resource to help with my learning curve. Brian
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thanks for the link, this will be a great resource to help with my learning curve. Brian
Here's another image dump I pasted in this past week atmo -
http://www.flickr.com/photos/9866331...681718/detail/
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Mr. Sachs, your images never cease to amaze. How much of your work is brazed in a fixture if any?
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'Look around a bit. He has tons of images and explanations of the process. He uses nails. I think a one of the hottest things on the planet is is a RS brazed and wire-wheeled lug with the nails still sticking out. One might call it a kink.

Irresistible.
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Mr. Sachs, your images never cease to amaze. How much of your work is brazed in a fixture if any?
Only the front fork.
For the main frame, rear triangle, and related, the fixture is only for set up not brazing.
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