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3D Printed Titanium Skateboard Truck Is A Possibly That’s Very Expensive

3D printed titanium is a luxury that’s probably reserved for companies like Bugatti. Since after VW’s Bugatti revealed the world’s first 3D printed titanium brake caliper, it has went on and got the innovative brake caliper tested. The test vindicated the power of titanium when under the duress of extreme heat which, if you think of it, makes absolute sense because of intense heat generated when stopping one of the world’s fastest cars, but on a skateboard, specifically the trucks? Well, lets just say it is way an overkill for a significantly less stressful application. Continue reading 3D Printed Titanium Skateboard Truck Is A Possibly That’s Very Expensive

No. Louis Vuitton Didn’t Make This Skateboard But It Will Be Cool If It Did

In the recent segment of You Make It We Skate It, YouTube channel Braille Skateboarding unboxed a fan-sent custom skateboard deck which they are supposed to try it, which they did, as always. It was sent to the team by one jsk8er69. And this one caught our eyes, not because it was dangerous like an axe or adheres to metal with 80 pounds of force, but because it was actually pretty well made and because, Louis Vuitton. Apparently, jsk8er69 sacrificed his mum’s favorite purse to wrap a deck with LV leather. Wait. Did he really do that? I am sure he must be joking. Right? Continue reading No. Louis Vuitton Didn’t Make This Skateboard But It Will Be Cool If It Did

Braille Skateboard Put A Custom-made LEGO Skateboard To The Test

Given the versatility of the world’s most famous brick, it is totally possible to build a skateboard out of LEGO bricks, but the question is: can it be used? Well, one man is going to find when he built one and lets skateboarding how-to channel on YouTube, Braille Skateboarding, have a go with it. Timmy Joe, a dude who reviews everything on YouTube, took up the challenge put forth by Braille Skateboarding for someone to build a LEGO skateboard to be used in the channel’s segment called You Make It We Skate It. And so Tim did, spending hours to create a ridable skateboard and in the process he kinda wiped out his childhood collection of loose LEGO bricks. Continue reading Braille Skateboard Put A Custom-made LEGO Skateboard To The Test