Re: Small Part Machining

Thomas Hoffman

June 29, 2011 at 10:31 PM

That would be Dave Feldman.

I would also suggest a hardware store and see if you can find one in the
fastener section.

Hubbard Hardware or any other Ace hardware would be a good place to start.

From: "Mark J. Ginsberg"
Reply-To: "Mark J. Ginsberg"
Date: Wed, 29 Jun 2011 22:16:09 -0700 (PDT)
To: David Kuhns ,
Subject: Re: [OBRA Chat] Small Part Machining

> brett flemming at bike gallery
>
> or david,um david, who used to be at bike gallery
>
> Mark J. Ginsberg
> Berkshire Ginsberg, LLC
> Attorneys At Law
> 1216 SE Belmont St.
> Portland, OR 97214
> (503) 542-3000
> Fax (503) 233-6874
> markjginsberg@yahoo.com
> www.bikesafetylaw.com
>
>
>
> From: David Kuhns
> To: obra@list.obra.org
> Sent: Wed, June 29, 2011 5:40:48 PM
> Subject: [OBRA Chat] Small Part Machining
>
> I have a small broken piece from an aero seat post. The piece is not
> available from the manufacturer.
>
> The piece is ~20mm L x ~3-4mm D. Drilled and threaded at the center,
> perpendicular to the length.
>
> I need to drill and tap some threads on a similar piece. I don't know the
> exact specs, but I have the bolt that threads into it for the pitch and
> spacing of the threads and I have half the broken piece for the diameter of
> the rod.
>
> If you are or know someone who is able to machine a piece like this please
> contact me.
>
> Thanks,
> David Kuhns
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