This Space for Rent

3-speed project frame, round two

Tubing cut to size and mitered

This one will be built on a jig instead of freehand. But the first step was to cut the tubes to length, miter them (though there wasn’t much cutting needed; the TT & DT are basically as long as the tubing blanks, so I didn’t need to cut the ends back before feeding them into a hole saw, and since the ST is extended I only needed to cut off enough so I could have some flexibility in case I give this frame away to someone smaller who wants a upright-handlebarred machine) and then dry-fit them to see if I’d messed up any of the miters.

(lugged HT, fillet-brazed seat cluster, probably fillet brazed BB cluster, though I reserve the right to fall back to a lugged BB up until the last minute.)