Our projects are artistic, mechanical, monochromatic, brightly colored, industrial, and visual. Simply put – they are as unique as our clients. Knowing we are only as good as our last commission keeps us eager to find our next challenge.
The owner of the Joerns Roadster came to me to repair the original windshield frame that Jack Joerns hand made for his car. This was not possible as the chrome plating was what was holding the remaining steel and rust together. I took detailed measurements of both sides of the frame. Not surprisingly the original was not symmetrical. I chose the drivers side and perfected my design until test cuts matched the original curves. After that I mirrored the design so that the left and right glass would be the same, simplifying one aspect of owning a unique car. After fabrication two trips were made to the body shop to test fit the frame and make adjustments to match the cowl. Once chrome plated the frame was installed with a thin rubber gasket to protect the paintwork.
Body work and paint and assembly performed by Tony Bock of Broken Bolt Restorations.
Chrome plating by Speed and Sport Chrome.
This ping pong net is as durable as the concrete table it completes. The net is water jet cut from 316 stainless steel and welded to matching grade tubes. We produced stainless grommets which are placed in the concrete during production. This allows the net to be removed so the table can be more useful. The center stripe of the table is also 316 stainless steel.
The concrete top was produced by CSW creations.
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