We purchased a complete set of Fanatec components for our racing simulator. The quality is all top notch, and the design is very thought out.... except for the handbrake. We used the handbrake for about 2 days and a bolt sheared within it. Rather than mess with the faulty unit, we went ahead and made our own, using real automotive components! It uses real hydraulics, and when the handbrake is pulled, the slave cylinder squeezes on a series of bushings to simulate actually compressing a brake caliper.
Our local ERA branch was looking for a custom piece to hang in their waiting room to give it a modern twist. We created a large steel background, and placed their logo in the middle. We think it really changed the look!
V1 was pretty good, but we decided to roll out V2 after learning what we didn't like about V1. We decided to go with a tubular frame work for modular mounting of bracketry, and for a more car-like appearance. The chassis is much stiffer, and performs a lot better than the first one! Yet again, there are some kinks to work out of this one too!
The Nibble Nook shop at The Ridgecrest Conference Center in North Carolina is going through some updates, and we were lucky enough to be the company to make their new sign! This sign is over 20 feet long, and designed to mount on existing poles on-site. It features a truss-like chassis with a black bed lined finish for a unique look once light is cast upon it. The front layer consists of aluminum that has been swirled to reflect tons of light in all directions!