Albatros enduro bike.

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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by ferum » Aug 31 2018 7:11am

xiteamxi wrote:
Aug 30 2018 7:33pm
sweet build, what mill are you making the parts on? specs?
You can see the pictures here: http://www.cnc-club.ru/forum/viewtopic. ... 46&t=18716

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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by ferum » Aug 31 2018 7:47am

Yermommy wrote:
Aug 30 2018 5:59pm
What kind of metal did you make the frame out of? I'm going to make something like this soon but am not sure what type of metal to use. Thanks.
This alloy Al-Mg (AMG6), alloys 5xxx series, but there is no direct analogue of the American. I do not have easy access to heat treatment, and this alloy outperforms the tabulated characteristics of the thermally not reinforced 6061. Just laid a little extra weight for more rigidity
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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by damirsky » Aug 31 2018 11:12am

xiteamxi wrote:
Aug 30 2018 7:33pm
sweet build, what mill are you making the parts on? specs?
he has built his own 3-axis cnc milling machine.

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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by xiteamxi » Aug 31 2018 11:19am

ferum wrote:
Aug 31 2018 7:11am
xiteamxi wrote:
Aug 30 2018 7:33pm
sweet build, what mill are you making the parts on? specs?
You can see the pictures here: http://www.cnc-club.ru/forum/viewtopic. ... 46&t=18716
great work love that table with all the t slots you used, grade A build no doubt!

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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by ferum » Aug 31 2018 12:00pm

It already looks like a bicycle. :wink:
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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by SlowCo » Aug 31 2018 12:55pm

:shock:
WOW!
What a beautiful frame 8)
Keep going and updating this thread. :wink:

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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by skeetab5780 » Aug 31 2018 1:28pm

SlowCo wrote:
Aug 31 2018 12:55pm
:shock:
WOW!
What a beautiful frame 8)
Keep going and updating this thread. :wink:
I concur doctor! Looking very nice!

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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by DanGT86 » Aug 31 2018 2:17pm

Amazing work on the frame and the CNC Mill. Are the specs on that mill on on that forum you linked? I'd love to know more about it. I can see how google translate does with that text.

Also, how did you make those 2 main brackets that the seat and tube are welded to? Looks like you may have machined then bent them or they are possibly weldments that you smoothed out.

I hope you are making a living with your skills!

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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by xiteamxi » Sep 11 2018 1:45pm

any progress on this puppy?

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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by Ecyclist » Sep 19 2018 10:37am

Very impressive and ambitious build. What is a target weight for your bike?
Do you care?
Don't expect from life to be easy and then it will be.
My builds:
Avian with hypocycloidal drive https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewt ... 2#p1318056
2016 GNG extreme drive https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewt ... 28&t=82252

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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by r3volution » Sep 20 2018 6:10pm

:shock: woww

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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by ferum » Sep 27 2018 3:25pm

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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by devo1223 » Sep 27 2018 4:58pm

so fun to watch this, thanks for the pics
Vector lite stuffed with 30Qs
Mxus 3k turbo 3t in 17in moto rim
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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by ferum » Oct 09 2018 3:57pm

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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by SlowCo » Oct 09 2018 6:21pm

:shock: 8)
Bike porn!

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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by macribs » Oct 10 2018 4:09am

Amazing frame design and welding. That frame ain't never gonna twist or flex no matter what motor you anchor down and what peak power you experience. Whoops, jumps, potholes or vertical drops, it does not matter for this frame.

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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by ferum » Oct 13 2018 4:11am

SlowCo wrote:
Oct 09 2018 6:21pm
:shock: 8)
Bike porn!
When correcting the saddle, I remembered these words.
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:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
In the carriage I used large bearings and a spacer inside, as in BMX
Just went to the case of parts from the cyclone. Shaft carriage 178mm.
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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by SlowCo » Oct 13 2018 4:55am

ferum wrote:
Oct 13 2018 4:11am
SlowCo wrote:
Oct 09 2018 6:21pm
:shock: 8)
Bike porn!
When correcting the saddle, I remembered these words.
:shock:
:lol:

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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by ferum » Oct 13 2018 7:09am

I ride without a motor.It was a difficult nightly assembly, and to be honest, I was tired of the bike. We must rest and make electricity.
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Autumn got into the frame by chance, I did not invite her

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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by damirsky » Oct 14 2018 12:07am

pure perfection. the bike created by the person who rides and loves riding. the last project which impressed that much was dogati.
keep going bro.

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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by ferum » Oct 26 2018 2:31pm

Little change and progress. I did not like the angle of rotation of the fork with two crowns. Corrected ..
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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by Grantmac » Oct 26 2018 5:32pm

Love the use of the hub as both jackshaft and swing arm pivot. Brilliant engineering.

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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by timbodaciois » Oct 27 2018 4:53am

SPLLOOOOGEEEEE!!!! :bigthumb:

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Re: Albatros enduro bike.

Post by Gstegman » Oct 27 2018 10:41am

Ferum, I have a small manual mill that I converted to a 3 axis CNC. I can appreciate the many many hours required to produce the level of parts you are making. I am a big fan of tool path marks! I completely underestimated the amount of time for just fixturing for example.

I do a little TIG work on aluminium as well (6061) and can say from experience it takes some time to reach your level of craftsmanship.

Well done sir, very inspirational!

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