Have an idea for a one off part for your custom build or race bike? Want to turn an idea into product, or have an idea for a custom motorcycle build? Then speak to us, we have the capability to take your idea and turn it into reality. We offer all services from CAD design, prototyping, custom motorcycles to production manufacturing.
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We work with some of Australia’s most experienced motorsport engineers, machinists and fabricators to help our customers achieve outstanding results. Whether you need a custom billet aluminium triple tree, performance pistons, precision ported cylinder heads, rear sets or an aerodynamic carbon fibre fairing, our suppliers enable us to provide the complete end-to-end solution for your race bike.
Our in-house manufacturing capability includes a broad range of metalworking techniques and precision additive manufacturing.
Our state-of-the-art additive manufacturing capability enables us to produce precision components using carbon fibre reinforced nylon, 17-4 PH stainless steel, H13, A2 and D2 tool steel, Inconel 625, copper, high strength high temperature fibreglass, kevlar and soon also titanium. With so many options available today selecting the right material for the application is more important than ever.
In 2020 we started making carbon fibre reinforced nylon components for a range of applications from brake and clutch levers to ducting, pipework junctions and brackets.
The carbon fibre reinforced nylon components we make are ultra-lightweight and super strong. We have found numerous applications where we have been able to substitute aluminium and steel for carbon fibre reinforced nylon. This has enabled us to help our customers get an edge on the racetrack, improving their race bikes while also reducing weight.
Furthermore, in some instances we have been able to design and manufacture finish grade carbon fibre reinforced nylon components within 24 hours of confirming the brief.
Design and 3D print of wiring conduit
The design and 3D printing of this conduit and the manufacturing of this wiring harness was all done in-house.