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Lunsford Titanium, my canvas of choice.. (Now in NeoChrome)

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Old 08-13-2011, 02:58 PM
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Default Lunsford Titanium, my canvas of choice.. (Now in NeoChrome)

Here is something I do for the local guys at my track, other than that, I've not seen this done before in this style, and heck I could be wrong!

I can do all the standard colors titanium is capable of, brass, purple, L blue, D blue, gold, rose gold, teal, and I've found a way to add NeoChrome to the lineup.

If you wanna do this yourself, do some homework, It's hard to feel comfortable posting a DIY because this involves holding 120v live in your hand, and a fundamentally tantamount understanding of how this works. ohms law...etc.. not to mention the fact that you won't wanna spend the money... Wasn't cheap!
I bring the titanium to a near mirror finish prior to oxidizing the surface. Pits or wrench marks may be there for good, but generally I can restore most turnbuckles to a nice mirror finish.

Think this is neat, wait till you see my airbrush work, gonna be cool.

Here's my latest reverse engineered nightmare, lol.

NeoChrome



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