13 Nov 2020 / By Taz Quinn-Walshe
Perhaps the biggest question we all have when designing components to be fabricated for Motorsport is will it be strong enough? In a perfect world, we would all be CAD wizards who can draw up what we need, dial in the forces that it’s designed to withstand and maybe add...
24 Sep 2020 / By Taz Quinn-Walshe
I had a question come through today regarding the use of Stainless Steel vs aluminium for intercooler piping, to answer this we can take a look at the materials and their characteristics.
30 Aug 2020 / By Nigel Petrie
While this is a bit off-topic from fabrication, a lot of the work I put into my bikes and cars is for the enjoyment I get out of using them, and because of this helmets have been a big part of my life.
28 Aug 2020 / By Taz Quinn-Walshe
Learning how to TIG weld and not sure where to begin? A good weld starts well before picking up the torch, here's why.
21 Aug 2020 / By Taz Quinn-Walshe
What is back purging and why is it critical in motorsport fabrication TIG welding?
0:00 - What Do You Need From Your TIG
0:15 - What is Purging?
1:00 - Why We Do It
1:15 - Material Prep
1:44 - Tack Welding
2:30 - Filling With Argon
2:49 - Sealing Entry...
16 Aug 2020 / By Nigel Petrie
Looking around its safe to say that I like to get things off the floor. And when you're talking about bikes this also rings true. I had a minor meltdown a while back and decided that enough was enough.
14 Aug 2020 / By Taz Quinn-Walshe
We all have budgets and want to get the best value we can but the money we have when getting into TIG welding. Here's how. 0:00 - What Do You Need From Your TIG
1:20 - Power Supply
1:55 - Multi-Process Machines
2:38 - Peak Output
3:20 - AC/DC
10 Jul 2020 / By Taz Quinn-Walshe
Losing weight without compromising strength is a constant battle in motorsports, and dimple dies are one proven way to achieve both.