We first use high quality grade 5 titanium to make these spinners. They are then anodized by in house artist Allison Miles. The prices vary based on the amount of time necessary to achieve the desired result. Please keep in mind that this is an imperfect process and there may be some color inconsistencies in places. Each one is a snowflake! Our money back guarantee applies to these just in case you're worried.
We also can make custom pieces. Pricing will be similar to the pieces we post here. We can also customize titanium items that you may already have!
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This spinner is made from Titanium and stainless steel. The housing is machined from a solid Titanium billet. The ring is what makes it special. The ring is made from 303 stainless steel. We use a 10 ton broach to generate the teeth on the ring. We then shrink it in liquid nitrogen and insert it into the housing. There is no adhesive, screws or welds holding it in place. Pressure from the shrink fit holds it firmly in place. We have chosen an r188zz abec 7 hybrid ceramic bearing for the Maelstrom. The caps are also 303 stainless steel and are a little larger than our other spinners. The diameter is 2.45" and the thickness is .52" at the caps. The weight of the Ti Maelstrom is 71 grams.
These spinners are manufactured and assembled in the Pacific Northwest, USA.