Monday, September 13, 2010

"A Few More TiLights"

Up for sale are a few more of the "TiLights". (Updated With New Additions On 9/24/10)
Same specs as those 2 posts down.
Price on these is $95.00 each.
!!SOLD OUT!! Thanks so much Folks,


Saturday, September 11, 2010

"Final Machining Of Blades Complete"

Hey Folks,
I finally managed to finish the last few machining operations on the blades.
This included milling the circular pocket recess for the thumb wheel, as well as drilling, and tapping the to secure it.
Lastly I milled the angle on the blade for the lock bar engagement.
I'll throw the blades in the tumbler on Monday, and then get them off to the heat treaters.
Upon their return I'll surface grind them to their final thickness.
After that I will assemble each one, and check the fit of each.
Then disassemble, and the blades are off to a friend I'm not at liberty to mention who's agreed to put the finished edge on them.
Then after all that I can assemble them for the final time, and start getting them into Folks hands.
Here's the latest pictures.
Enjoy, Kenn

Oh yeah, I'll be posting some more "Ti Lights" in the next day or two as well.

Sunday, September 5, 2010

"1st Few Ti Lights"

Good morning all,
I have a few "Ti Lights" available from the latest run.
More to come as soon as I receive more "SLGV's".
These are made from .486 diameter 6AL4V Titanium, and are 1.270 in length. There are four viewing portals featuring five .093 diameter holes with a 45 degree counter sunk slot. These feature a tumbled finish, which I then anodized. Inside is a 3mm x 23mm Self Lighting Gas Vial. Once again the Vial is captivated by the para cord lanyard.
Sorry for the poorer than usual picture quality, but the Wife has the good camera with her today.
Price on these is $95.00 each.Shipping Conus via USPS Priority Mail.
I accept Pay Pal (preferred) or USPS Money Order as payment.
!!These 3 have all been sold!!
If you're interested please Email with your color choice as well as your payment preference.
As always thanks for looking folks, Kenn

These look elongated due to my lack of photo skills.
If you click the picture, they look normal.