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  1. #21
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    yep thta is it

    Inferno Forge

    Chris

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    cool, thanks!
    I'm not late...
    I'm just on Hawaiian Time

  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bert View Post
    Do you work on PARTS for bikes (custom license holders, etc) or do you do the whole bike?
    Bert, we do custom parts for Harleys and whole bikes(ie: Harley Chops, not bike kits) We are a small shop, just doing it on the side... You can see all this stuff on our website. http://www.jhchoppers.com

    This is our Softail Dask Cover


    Here is a 1997 FXSTC we did after a full Chop and make over.


    Thanks,
    Joel

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    that is a NICE bike

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    Chris

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    ok...I'm awstruck. Beautiful work!!! Dash cover: how did you "engrave" it?
    plasma?
    bert
    hawaiianmetalworks@hotmail.com
    I'm not late...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bert View Post
    ok...I'm awstruck. Beautiful work!!! Dash cover: how did you "engrave" it?
    plasma?
    bert
    hawaiianmetalworks@hotmail.com
    Bert: The Dash Cover is made from T6061 and CNC Machined in my shop, then chromed plated down in Oklahoma ( 100% Made in the USA !!! )

    Plasma... In the works now, I just got a Miller Spectrum 375 and it works great. Starting to design and layout a small CNC XYZ Table (36 x 24 x 5) for sheet metal parts. I'll let you know how this turns out...

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    what kind of cnc xyz? Not a plasma cam, is it?
    thanks for the info
    I'm not late...
    I'm just on Hawaiian Time

  8. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bert View Post
    what kind of cnc xyz? Not a plasma cam, is it?
    thanks for the info
    The CNC XYZ will be a JH Special... LOL. I have been collecting parts(stepper motors, drivers, linear slides, lead screws, belts, pullies, bearings, power supplies, ect) for a while now and have what I think is enough stuff for a small table 24 x 36 x 5. MasterCAM for the parts/design work and Mach3 for the CNC Controller. I plan to use the Plasma CNC Table for Gas Tank Pannels, Frame Gussets and just plan FUN. Sheet metal parts that need to be cut over and over and over again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JHCHOPPERS View Post
    Bert: The Dash Cover is made from T6061 and CNC Machined in my shop, then chromed plated down in Oklahoma ( 100% Made in the USA !!! )

    Plasma... In the works now, I just got a Miller Spectrum 375 and it works great. Starting to design and layout a small CNC XYZ Table (36 x 24 x 5) for sheet metal parts. I'll let you know how this turns out...
    What chrome shop did you use in Oklahoma? From time to time I need items chrome and I have not been happy with my last chrome Job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smooth72 View Post
    What chrome shop did you use in Oklahoma? From time to time I need items chrome and I have not been happy with my last chrome Job.
    I went through every chrome shop in the St. Louis Area, long lead times, bad chrome, bad attitudes, ... A friend of mine recommended these guys and I have been very pleased with them.

    Diversified Plating Ltd
    (405) 236-0545 2109 W Sheridan Ave
    Oklahoma City, OK

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