Welding engineer

Hello!

I am a welding engineer, interested in custom cycles and design. I work with Inventor, a pencil and a lot of paper.

Bicycle frame builder. You can find my work on www.cristiancycles.dk

For job opportunities you can contact me using the form on the contact page.

I currently live in Esbjerg, Denmark.

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CADblog closing.
18/06/2016 Cristian Gidinceanu unCategorized

If you are reading this blog post this means that you are looking for cadblog.info. Well, long story short, i closed the site. I don’t have time to take care of it or make tutorials because I’m busy with something else.

All the tutorials made by me you can find them on youtube: Solidworks tutorials  / RobotStudio tutorials . All the other tutorials you can find them on internet. For those who seek advanced Robotstudio tutorials i suggest talk directly with ABB and check their links 1 2.

Here are some documents that you might need:

miscellaneous documents

RAPID programming

Conveyor tracking 1 2 3

and some library parts that i made.

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theTrack – custom bicycle design
23/05/2016 Cristian Gidinceanu unCategorized

theTrack is a custom fixed gear bicycle designed and manufactured in Denmark by Cristian Gidinceanu.

CristianBikes_04 (Small)

Plain and simple as a fixie, the TRACK model was designed to be fast, light and reliable. It comes with a chain transmission that will never let you down. Ride it hard and it gets even better, because the drivetrain responds in a split second at your leg demands. It comes with a standard flip-flop hub and 70mm  aero rim which is going to help you get to high speeds, let you coast when you want to enjoy the sights, and skid like a champ!

CristianBikes_02 (Small) CristianBikes_03 (Small)

Specifications:

  • Frame: Dedacciai 25CrMo4 steel tubes, cast steel lugs, track dropouts.
  • Fork: Dedacciai F-08 Carbon Fibre with aluminium steerer 1 1/8″.
  • Headset: FSA Mallet 1 1/8.
  • Stem: Cinelli Pista.
  • Handlebar: Deda FHM (change to Crononero bulhorn or Riser).
  • Tape: Deda Mistral.
  • Drivetrain – Lasco Crankset – Front Sprocket 48T /Rear Sprocket 18T x18T/ Chain- Shimano Antirust – Shimano Bottom Bracket.
  • Drivetrain – Gates Carbon Drive – Front Sprocket 60T /Rear Sprocket 22T / Belt 120T – Gates Bottom Bracket. – coming soon
  • Seat: LightSkin Seatpost 27.2mm with integrated lights, VO saddle model number 6, antiteft bolts.
  • Wheelset:  Aluminium rims 80mm or 40mm depthwith stainless steel spokes, flip flop hub, Kenda tires 28C, Vitorria Ultralite inner tubes.
  • Color: Standard Black (other options available).
  • Weight: around 10kg – it depends on the wheelset used.CristianBikes_01 (Small)

You can buy the bicycle here.

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Bicycle frame jig V2
20/03/2015 Cristian Gidinceanu unCategorized

jig v22

jig v2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Technical drawings with dimensions available. This jig uses 3 U steel profiles welded togheter and the rest of the parts are made out of aluminium and fixed with screws. Bottom bracket post is fixed, everything else is adjustable.

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Bicycle frame building jig
04/12/2014 Cristian Gidinceanu unCategorized

Bicycle frame building jig

Aluminum 6063, can be some other type. Accurate measurements, the fixing holes may be smaller. Inspiration from Brew Bikes. My dimensions, adapted to my bikes.

For drawing and 3D models, write in the comments section bellow.

jig.63 jig.62 jig.61 jig.60 jig.59jig.58

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USB head – tutorial available
05/12/2013 Cristian Gidinceanu unCategorized

Want to know to I made this USB head in Solidworks? Check this tutorial!
usbhead

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  • Name: Cristian Gîdinceanu
  • Address: Esbjerg, Denmark

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