I rendered this mahogany spiral staircase about a year ago. I imagined this with the glass slotted through the wood beams and dowel mounted in place. Another option would be to run stressed threaded rod through the beams and clamp the glass in place with felt bushings, depending on the expected use of the staircase.
The first wheel I’ve ever designed. This is a simple clean wheel with bronze anodized spokes designed for a center lock hub mechanism. The brake rotor is a full floating brake rotor modelled after many available big brake kits available today. This is actually the second rotor and hat I have designed. The first was a rotor kit for a race car I built about a decade ago. That rotor had a different hat and rotor bolt kit however, but was designed so that I…
This layout was designed for the Pacific Region Air Cadet League for their new PZL Wilga, an aircraft that was intended to be used as the replacement for their storied L-19 Aircraft. The L-19′s had been in use for decades to haul the Air Cadets gliders around. The replacement program hit a roadblock when PZL shifted resources to Airbus and the Wilga program died. We sold this aircraft and now the Air Cadets are running upgraded Cessna 185′s.
This paint scheme was painted in our paint partners Campbell River paint shop a few years back and turned out beautifully. The dark red metallic paint suited this aircraft. Feel free to give me a call to discuss your project. Call Jonathan at 1-250-507-5555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This paint scheme was designed for a client looking to purchase an R44. The client wanted to develop an intricate paint scheme that was subtle when painted. The paint chips were brought out and the choice of colors selected. If you like the look of this, give me a call and I can sort one out for your aircraft.
Anyone can use a professional paint scheme design service. The owner of this ultralight provided photos and details necessary to create this paint scheme. The layout provided to the owner included the top and bottom surfaces of the wing and stabilizer. If you have a project like this you want a paint scheme for, give me a call or email me. 1-250-507-5555 or email@example.com
The layout shown here was a revisit to a set of layouts and signs that I developed for the Northern Lights College over a dozen years ago. The sign above was built 10′ tall x 40′ wide on a steel frame with concrete pylon bases (one for each post). This was just one of almost a dozen similar signs that we made for the college.
This is a sample layout for an office entryway sign. This dimensional sign has white LED illumination with a set of standoffs to be mounted to the wall, set off about an inch or so. The blue panels are mounted about 3/4″ away from the face of the backlit white panel and the letters are cut out to let light through them.