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Message 4217 (28. Nov. 2007 04:28) (All previous)

Robert (videos by Robert) (pictures by Robert)
Composites are really big in the Engineering world right now. There are certain plastics that are extremely strong and once bent, will bend back to shape. Although I do not think it would be feasible, it would be really cool to ask for some help from some engineers. I work with a ton of design engineers and have met some cool mechanical engineers on another site. I also had an old skate buddy contact me that owns a medal machine shop. Besides that, my ex-girlfriend's husband is a welder. I wonder if there would be a way to use all of these contacts to produce an awesome plate or at least grind bar? I am guessing the logistics and cost would not make it feasible, but it would be cool to look into. I don't really see a need for a design engineer, unless they could come up with a really cool shape. I think the mechanical engineer and the machine shop person would be the most help. I definitely have people that would help us, I guess it is a matter of materials, work, and logistics. I am just thinking out loud, but maybe I will could compile some of your creations and run it by some people?

: Correct zorg.By the way,wheels are organised and Bernhard is the mailman(orposibly santa).
: cheers joe
: : I think Joe is refering to Racing cars F1: Mac Larren, Ferrari, Renault, .... Airplane industry, surf, windsurfing, snowboarding use composite too
: :
: : : : F1 guys use it cos it's strong and light so it should be perfect.
: : :
: : : Who are F1 guys?
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