whitaker201

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  1. 3D Printed molds

    You can also check for Prototype bars and Makers Space companies for local hands on 3D printers available with people there to help you learn how to use them.
  2. hello from the new guy

    Well my plan is taking longer than expected. So far we have hauled out 3.5 tons of scrap metal! We are getting close to finished with the clean out stage. It is a good size barn with a loft so room should not be an issue. Next up will be remodel the lean-to section and rewire the whole barn. Mercy this is a bigger job than expected!
  3. hello from the new guy

    Eastman: I am from Ohio Vman and Dale: I am trying to do this right the first time. I would like a place to paint, a place to work, and another place to pour wire baits. I will keep yall posted on my progress. Right now it looks like I am probably 2-3 months away from getting a work space ready.
  4. hello from the new guy

    That would probably be easier!
  5. hello from the new guy

    Thank for the welcome guys. Anybody want to stop buy and clean out a barn for me? Lol.
  6. New Vman Design

    That is an awesome achievement in a year!
  7. hello from the new guy

    Thank you glider. Hahaha. Wire baits are much simpler to build for sure!
  8. hello from the new guy

    I have been lurking here for a while but now I have joined the site. I wanted to say that you guys have inspired me to start down this journey of creating custom crankbaits. I make my own spinnerbaits, buzzbaits, jigs, and jig heads right now but I am going to add CB's to the list next. Sadly it will be a few months before I get the space cleaned out in the barn for a little workshop. I will continue to try try to soak up as much knowledge as I can for this craft until my workshop will be ready. I have a lot to learn about the painting side but thanks to you guys here I think I will be able to shorten that learning curve. The last time I painted a bait I kept it pretty simple and used rattle cans. This time I am going to go all in and get a good airbrush setup. Once again thank you for sharing on this site.