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Industrial Design | UK For any information please email: [email protected]

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The set of all three hangers.

A set of coat hangers created from parts of a bike. A constructive and unique way to hang up your clothes. And you can make them all yourself.

If it was to go into production the hangers would be made from the whole of the bike, utilizing all the parts possible. For this set, 3 have been made. One from part of the wheel, one from the handlebars and the third from the main frame. The metal from the wheel and frame is complimented with wood finishing.

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Materials and Equipment List
Materials Material specifications across all three hangers; Disused BMX bike frame and wheel; sourced from local Beeston skip Iroko Wood; can be sourced from SL Hardwoods Ltd ( Ply wood; can also be sourced from SL Hardwoods Ltd Nuts and bolts; taken from the bike Metal Hooks; Made from spokes from the wheels Beeswax; sourced from local DIY shops Processes used Cutting; Hacksaw- can be bought from local DIY shops (it is possible that all cutting is done this way by hand, but to speed up the process, Band saw can be used) Band saw cutting – to do this is can be sent off to external construction companies at a small charge. Sandblasting – this process can be completed if sent to external construction companies, at a small charge. Drilling; can be done with an electric hand drill. Different sized drill bits needed: 3mm, 2.4mm, 7mm, 25mm Forstner, 18mm Forstner Lathing; this process can be completed if sent to external construction companies, at a small charge. Sanding; can be done by hand or on a disc sander. Fixing, gluing & Finishing; Glues and waxes sourced from local DIY shop.


Comments (4)

November 17, 2011

I like the blue lines on your hangers~ nice color match~~
It's quite clever that you chose those parts from the bike to make hangers~
~ Are the shapes suitable to hang clothes?

November 17, 2011

Really Innovative way of reusing bike parts! Product has a great finish to it.

November 17, 2011

Truly innovative idea, the final product looks refined and well thought through.

November 17, 2011

A initiative way to use a bike to create household products to create hangers.