The Flyin' Miata rollercoaster ride is now open.
With as hot as this 240sx entered the turn, that cone never had a chance.
A pair of Skylines came out to play, including this black one.
Gorgeous 370Z taking a tight right hander.
It's great to see a first-gen Z car tearing up the course.
Z in motion
This 370Z had a very interesting pearl coat.
AR-15 Scope Mount
A scope mount for an AR-15 with the A2 carrying handle created using manual milling techniques.
Billet Fuel Bowls
This aluminum fuel bowl is for an International tractor. The original Pyrex cost $30 a pop and are extremely susceptible to cracking. The new one should be the last one the owner ever needs.
To improve my 3D CNC programming skills I created a 1:72,000 scale map of Laguna Seca raceway with 5x exaggerated vertical scale.
Machine Shop Sign
The creation of this sign involved multiple processes: laser cutting and etching, 3D printing, Tig welding, and electrical wiring, all performed in-house.
Custom CNC Emblem
This is an emblem of my own design, created for the dash of a Pininfarina Spider convertible.
This racecar switch panel was designed to accommodate the necessary switches, plus a sweet engine start button.
This table was created entirely from scraps lying around the shop. The frame was built using 2" square tubing, tig welded together, with a 16 ga. plate top. I then hand painted the entire assembly, including lettering.
Billet Aluminum Steering Box
This steering box was CNC milled for a custom off-road racer. Its creation involved more than 60,000 lines of code and 4 different mill setups.
These skates were created to aid in moving machinery around the shop; in total, 6 were completed and allow two people to move a mill or lathe with minimal effort.
Relay Box Lid
The box lid received a custom CNC engraving of the car and circuit labels. These were later infilled with paint for clarity and contrast.
Billet Aluminum Relay Box
This billet aluminum box for automotive relays was manually milled. In addition to the two milled pockets, the box was drilled and tapped for mounting studs and lid attachment. Why go through all that trouble? Because racecar.
The finished 'Airbust', made largely with renewable resources.