Welcome! Forums Workshop Academy Monday, July 17, 2017 (6:30 – 10:00pm) Building a Scratch Sidewinder Chassis

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  • #3191
    Art
    Art
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    By request this is a session on building/soldering a scratch built sidewinder chassis out of brass/piano wire for a class/body yet to be determined. Although I am far from an expert on building a scratch built sidewinder chassis myself I will host this opportunity for those that are interested to watch just how I tackle this project in real time. No need to bring anything. Just register for the session below. We’ll have pizza and refreshments as usual. Follow this topic for further information.

    When: Monday July 17, 2017 – 6:30 – 10:00pm

    Where: The Ring

    :wacko:

    Building a Scratch Sidewinder Chassis

    Description:

    Relax and watch me do all the work. We'll tackle making a sidewinder chassis from scratch to fit a specific body in real time. No need to bring anything. We'll order pizza as usual and refreshments will be provided. All you need to do is register.

    Registration opens at 11-07-2017 08:34

    Registration closes at 17-07-2017 12:00

    Max Participants: 6

    Registered Users:

    1. artdart
    2. DB
    3. MiA
    4. Porsche911

    Registration is currently closed.

    ...just lay it on the line...

  • #3258
    DB
    DB
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    Art, wanted to thank you for the excellent workshop last night.    It certainly will help in my next chassis.  BTW, coming early on July 31st  works for me if that is the date agreed upon for the next workshop.

    Cheers

    Dave :good:

  • #3259
    MiA
    MiA
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    An excellent Part 1 of the sidewinder chassis building tutorial last night. Works very well with enough people so that you can have a good Q&A session as you go along. Looking forward to Part 2.

  • #3260
    Art
    Art
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    Thank you for your feedback and for asking very good questions that got us all thinking… I had more fun doing that than racing… we’ll schedule “part 2” shortly so stay tuned…

    :scratch:

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