Tuesday, December 4, 2012

I think I forgot to post a picture of the completed "fork bridge".

Instead of real enamel, I used an epoxy based material that's supposed to be easier to work with than enamel because you don't need to fire it at 1500 deg. F.
As someone who works with real kiln fired enamel, I can tell you that's completely wrong! This stuff is a pain in the @ss to work with compared to vitreous enamel.
The only reason I used it is because it's less sensitive than enamel, which is essentially glass,  to flexing and vibration, which are definate concerns for something to be used an a British motorcycle!

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