Lightweight roof frame for my buddy Jeff's cob oven:
Transporting it was slightly sketchy, as it's about 9' square. I took backroads.
Some mesh steps and matching railings for this house in the woods. The mesh allows gravel stuck to people's shoes to fall through.
Same house, this is a mesh grate under an outdoor showerhead that allows water to drain through.
Putting an ISCG mount on Nathan's frame. He runs a chainring protector/bash guard thing that only uses the lower two holes of the ISCG bolt pattern. Since this bike has a chainstay yoke, I made the mount in two pieces and silver brazed them to his bottom bracket.
The cylindrical portion gets brazed to the underside of the chainstay yoke.
The bash guard is adjustable to some degree, so exact alignment of the ISCG mount is not super critical, but I made this fixture to align the bolt pattern properly with reference to the rear axle: