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Old 01-26-2017, 05:32 PM
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The bottle cage braze-ons are very cool...too bad these wouldn't been seen in real usage.
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Wayne's Llewellyn Lucentezza Cadenzia frame set

Single point turning the crown race seat to 30.02mm is the only way to go with a stainless steel fork crown. Have I said lately that a lathe is " a beautiful thing" ?

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Old 01-26-2017, 11:27 PM
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The bottle cage braze-ons are very cool...too bad these wouldn't been seen in real usage.
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Old 01-27-2017, 03:34 PM
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spot on for the crown race fit



Careful filing of the surface is the first step. New and sharp file are a must for this.



120 then 320 grit



1500 grit under the balsa wood sticks. The sanding takes the time, if done well the polish will be quick and reveal the Lucentezza.


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Working up the Lucentezza





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The Lucentezza arrives





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How I do the internal rear cable. Because this way the tube's durability is not sacrificed. I have seen others have problems :noworry:



















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Dazza pal, do you ever do anything simple?
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Dazza pal, do you ever do anything simple?
You know the answer to that question. Dazza only knows one way to build.
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Old 01-30-2017, 08:13 AM
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Oh my gosh. Dazza, this stuff makes me crazy and I cant even afford one. Chapeau!!!!!!!!!
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Old 01-30-2017, 10:08 AM
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Lingerie.
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Oh my gosh. Dazza, this stuff makes me crazy and I cant even afford one. Chapeau!!!!!!!!!

Thank you and all the others all for your kind comments.
I want to be a bike maker.
The text of a bike maker's life is fluff.
The metal work is what one leaves behind for others to enjoy.

I am devoting a wee bit of time to document this build which is heading to California after a wee loop past the Bespoked show in Bristol. (April 7th-9th)
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Old 01-30-2017, 11:31 PM
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have said it before and will say it again. this is the absolute top of the traditional craft. the top.

i never tire of reading these posts from dazza. don't always comment, but then again don't always see a lucentezza.
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Old 01-31-2017, 03:26 PM
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Pondering some shoreline alterations



All fits eased, no stress



whizzzzzz file file file





Some prep work to some areas of the seat lug to make life easier post brazing



I was most pleased that the difficult 3D CAD design work I did using surfaces and fills (hard for me as I am self taught via the text books and do all the drafting myself!) resulted in a pleasing flow to the surfaces to the M6 Cap head seat post binder. As I sanded with 1500 grit under the balsa wood sticks I had a wee smile.

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The workshop staff are pondering.
"How are we going to do this EPS stuff Shaun?"


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