Jonny Lee has been pumping out a lot of 3D printed BMX parts lately, so he decided to do a video answering your questions.
If you keep up with the site, you know we’ve been sharing a bunch of videos from Jonny Lee showing his different 3D printed BMX parts that he has been making. After all the videos, Jonny has been getting a number of questions about the different things like the liquid he dips the parts in after they are completed, why he doesn’t run the parts on his bike full-time, how the weight compares to aluminum or chromoly parts and more. Jonny decided to do this one while out for a brisk cruise on his motorcycle, but there’s a good look at some of the different parts he has made over the past few months. If you want to see everything he has created, check out the links below!
View ► 3D Printing BMX Hubs
View ► 3D Printing BMX Grips
View ► 3D Printing BMX Bar Ends
View ► 3D Printing BMX Pedals
View ► 3D Printing BMX Pegs
View ► 3D Printing a BMX Stem
View ► How To 3D Print BMX parts
View ► 3D Printing A BMX Sprocket
“Thank you to everybody who comments or leaves feedback, KEEP THE QUESTIONS COMING!
It was so cold, so bleak. I tried to hide it. It made it super hard to think and clearly convey what I was trying to say, but I didn’t struggle through this ride to not upload the damn video.” – Jonny Lee