Friday, February 24, 2017

More Brass 5 Flutes

Hi Everyone,

Hope your week has been great and a big Happy Friday to you all! We're really having a treat here this week with temps near 60 degrees F which has got the snowbanks melting nicely. I'll be happy to see it off my roof so we don't end up with ice dams should it turn colder in the weeks ahead.

Much is going on this week. I have finalized some nifty new designs which I will reveal as soon as they actually are in production, but suffice to say that we are in for some really fun and VERY different stuff over this next month!

In other news, the 3v steel Mini Bermuda Triangles are bored out to accept Scott's cool spinner buttons. I will be grinding the finish bevels soon and finally getting them out to heat treat maybe next week. Also in the works are some titanium Bermuda Beads which I showed a teaser on the FB group recently and those are just about ready to go. More copper Multi Grips are finished and are coming soon too as well as stainless steel 5 Flutes.

Today I have the rest of the Brass 5 Flute beads done. Identical to the first batch a few weeks back, these have a lovely patina and are so very handy. I tie them onto zipper pulls on all my jackets and bags and of course most of my personal knives, tools and flashlights have various Lanslide beads tied on them.

The Brass 5 Flutes run $30 plus shipping and the link is below. Hope you all have a marvelous weekend and thank you for stopping by today!

Most of the brass are sold out, but more Lanslides coming next week! Thanks so much everyone. :)




10 comments:

JP said...

Actually made it!!

SluiceGoose said...

FINALLY! Got something before it sold out! HAPPY DAY!

Zardo said...

Can you post the titanium Bermuda Beads on Instagram as well....some of us don't use Facebook

Billy Cirullo said...

Excuse me Peter, in regards to the mini Bermuda triangles, what size hole do you cut to accept the spinners? Hoping to grab one of these either way, but curious to know!
Thank you.

Peter Atwood said...

Billy, the spinner buttons are 3/8" in diameter...

Randall said...

Who makes the spinner buttons? Thinking of 3D printing an adapter for the 12 point as the balance at the center hole appears almost perfect.

Peter Atwood said...

Scott McCoskery, MD Engineering. He will be making buttons soon and will have them available for purchase on his website when it comes time.

Geoff said...

Is that the maker of the torqbar? I've had my eye on those for a little while now.

Peter Atwood said...

Yes, Scott is the man. :)

Unknown said...

Looking forward to next offering ., excellent craftsmanship.