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Veg-d
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Re: Les pros sur le forum...

Message par Veg-d » ven. 16 juin 2017 22:52

hello.
I was telling this because the minimum was to talk about what you do, why and who you are... It seems more interactive than just posting pics of machine that nobody know about.

no offense in my words...
cheers
D

Veg-d
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Re: Les pros sur le forum...

Message par Veg-d » ven. 16 juin 2017 22:53

compositepro a écrit :
jeu. 15 juin 2017 12:49
Hol on a moment

I posted my workshop and VEG-D says it has very little to do with the veloart.. for 20 years i have been sharing secrets on forums (i posted on here many times before the forum failed) , you are wrong the sheer volume of enquiries and people asking for help can easily take up more then 4 hours i have found myself retiring to bed at 2-3 am after working all day


many have built composite bicycles on the back of my industry knowledge

I now do not sell any jigs and fixtures but here is some of my work, https://www.flickr.com/photos/151761966@N05/albums and again it is not useful as a showcase the selling of products genrate very few sales on forums the selling usually works better by word of mouth


im happy to now share my knowledge as i do not sell product, these are things we once made our lest fixture left here on the 27th of may 2017 we will never make another or any product for sale
hello.
I was telling this because the minimum was to talk about what you do, why and who you are... It seems more interactive than just posting pics of machine that nobody know about.

no offense in my words...
cheers
D

christo
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Enregistré le : mer. 2 sept. 2015 14:15

Re: Les pros sur le forum...

Message par christo » sam. 17 juin 2017 11:41

Hi Compositepro
my point at the very begining of this post is that proframebuilders rarely (or never) show up on this forum. When looking at velocipedsalon i see a very different trend in the US. And i also remember the former veloartisanal where most of the now experienced and sometimes established builders were very active, not always to share but very often to learn. i don't see this anymore and it is imo frustrating.
i believe that some of them read the different posts and it would not take them a huge amount of time to give an advise here and there. Guys like Fattic, Garo or even Sachs do that, and it does not take them 4hours a day. In my experience, an advise from Eric Estlund that was written may be in less than 30 seconds brought me the help i need to improve my brazing skills.
This said i really do appreciate the fact that you step in and i thank you for that
Take it easy
Christophe

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