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    Quote Originally Posted by D.F.L.
    Nice work! I don't care if there's a point or not. The point is you're doing what you enjoy.

    If you set up the drawing, you could offer your service to builders. Customers go crazy over digital renderings, and builders can use the raw data for the construction...

    Thanks.

    You are right. I think that if a framebuilder can show to the customer the final product is a good point and maybe he can increase the sales.

    Lets see what happen.

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    For one of my last jobs I started doing the hubs, and I think that tehy are looking good.

    I have to finish them, by the way.
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    This is a handlebar for a 29er that I designed as a request from a biker from foromtb.com (Spanish bicycle forum).
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    Good morning, this is the frame where Im going to put the blue hubs. Ive changed a little bit the top tube.
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    your talent is so amazing, i wish i can do something like that..
    anyway, does Rhinoceros work on windows 7?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RheXtian
    your talent is so amazing, i wish i can do something like that..
    anyway, does Rhinoceros work on windows 7?
    Yes, of course it works.

    Actually, Im using the program on windows 7, and I had no problems.

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    Now, the second part of the frame, with the rear end and the fork. And also with the new top tube.

    I hope you like it. Guess what kind of bicycle it is going to be?
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    This is the state of the bicycle today. No more mistery.

    I have to change the stem, that is from the previous project, and I have to do the drive train and the brakes.

    I also have to do a new render with the Paragon sliding dropouts, but Im waiting till I finish something else.
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    Well, Im going to explain this project.

    The idea came from a spanish guy in foromtb.com and I made it "real".

    It is based on the Surly Pugsley but with a different frame and the idea is to ride with the Rohloff, and if there is a problem with the hub, the wheels can be interchanged and the rider can use as a SS with the SS Chris King hub.

    I made the handlebar copying the Jeff Jones H-Bar and the saddle is a "present" from another guy in the foromtb.com.

    I had to make the wheels in that way because if I want to do a real one my computer is not able to render.

    My idea is to make front and rear racks, lights and fenders mounts.

    And the different between this and the pugsley is that the rear end has not offset because with these hubs and the 100 mm BB Shell I got a correct chain line.

    I hope you like it.

    Greetings.

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    Well, today Im starting to show you my most complete project.

    Step by step.

    First, the tube set. It is a Columbus Spirit set.
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    I enjoy your enthusiasm......keep it up.
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    Im going to give you another hint:
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    Next step: the main triangle.
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    And now, the complete frame but without the dropouts.
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    Good morning. At least, here in Holland, but only for the time not for the weather.

    Starting with the wheels.
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    The complete wheelset.
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    sir can you link me where can i download rhinoceros 3d, i can't seem to find it..

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    Painted frame and decorated lugs:
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    I know its not normal, but here you have a render of the finished frame (dropouts included) without paint. You can also watch the seatpost and the stem.
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    More components arriving:
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    el puto amo si seor

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    Quote Originally Posted by ironman13
    el puto amo si seor
    In English, please. Hahahaha.

    Thanks, compi!!!

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    Crankset and handlebar installed. First layer of painting.

    Im open to suggestions about the painting colour and decoration.

    Regards.
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    Latest advancement for today. It has the wheels in their place.

    Im still waiting for suggestions for the paint colour and decoration.

    Regards.
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    Any suggestion for the paint?

    I have a few ideas about it: clear blue and pearl white DT and ST pannels.

    But I think that maybe I could also chrome the SS and CS.

    What do you think?

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