TFD Screw Bar V1 with the best of both useful drive bit positions! Straight and 90 degrees. Not just an everyday useful tool but one with ultimate utility due to the versatility in positions.Bar is solid stainless steel with 3DP PLA retention clamps so the bits will stay in the tool without slipping out during use.
Exciting times at TFD. We recently received our first batch of production parts (frames, buttons, and pistons). If you ordered one, then it will be shipping in a couple of weeks. There are still a few left if you want to order one. :) Soon to be arriving will be the final parts: Cam Plates and Bearings. Final finish processing will begin this week for anodized and blackened parts. We also have the final packaging. The padding is not shown but the Rad-E Spinner will be nestled in a nest of foam to keep it safe. More Rad-E (radial engine) Spinner news soon! Thanks for reading,Shawn @ TFD
Its a bright and cool morning here in the Carolinas! :) Shawn and I reviewed the Rad-E Spinner samples we received for our supplier... Overall, they look GREAT, just a couple of minor adjustments (my Shawn's the consummate perfectionist...sighhh!) and we'll be ready to begin manufacturing. Looking forward to wrapping up fulfillment, as we have an awesome new product to unveil soon. Stay Tuned! In the meantime, check out the cool, all new TFD Metal Spinner 608-1. Cheers for now, Leigh TFD Metal Spinner 608-1 Save
It's Saturday, we're in the 2nd week of our successful crowdfunding campaign for Rad-E Spinner Kickstarter. It's dreary outside and looks like a perfect day to bake some mini cakes...yeah, I know it's the middle of summer (kinda) but a girl's gotta have cake even during summer! Besides, these cakes were easy and fast cause I used a cake mix (shhhh!). :) Here's the recipe if you're feeling adventurous and need a quick fix! Quick and Easy Chocolate Chip Pound Cake Ingredients 1 organic vanilla cake mix 4 eggs (room temp.) 1 cup sour cream ¼ cup water ⅓ cup butter (room temp.) ¼ heavy cream ⅓ mini chocolate chips Directions 1. Preheat oven to 350°F. 2. Spray 3...
We've been really busy designing, prototyping and getting ready to launch some new gear...specifically our new Fidget! Shawn and I are totally excited, it's different, it looks grrreat and it's not made of plastic. Yay! We unabashedly love metal, and that's what we use to make our gear. The durability and aesthetics of steel and titanium are undeniable and hearing our customers complain about all the fidgets they've gotten and how they break with a single drop, made us go, hey, we can do better. So, looking forward to the launch, tick...tick...tick...! I know you'll love it! Cheers! Leigh