September 13, 2019

Motorcycle Mirrors & Motorcycle Switches

Motorcycle Mirrors & Motorcycle Switches Producing aftermarket parts as motorcycle mirrors started as a necessity for or custom Honda CB-750. Making unique part like motorcycle switches took a lot of research time and money but the alternative was to use parts that were always missing something. In every part that we produced for our Honda and now sell one principle has driven us. Make it perfect in every way possible, from an engineering point to design. That is why our Honda CB750 cafe racer, took 3 years to complete and we are happy to offer you that dedication an perfection in our parts. We are happy that our parts are starting to be sold on caferacerwebshop.com and other shops. We will soon be expanding our product offer.
April 27, 2019

Mini Motorcycle Switches design P-1

Motorcycle Switches This 3D rendering picture presents the first version of MessnerMoto Motorcycle Switches design. The idea behind this design is to create minimalistic but still functional switches. One of the most important things was that the driver can press an individual button easily even with gloves on his hands. That why switch housing separates each button physically. In this first version we tried to incorporate mini momentary SMD buttons, the reason was simple, we could not find a source for normal-sized mini buttons. We never proceed with implementing mechanism with SMD buttons, because it looked complicated and not reliable.
April 27, 2019

MessnerMoto interview on Moto Circle Festival in Vienna 2018

Check out interview with our main guy Mirko Messner from Moto Circle festival in Vienna 2018
March 26, 2019

MessnerMoto Motorcycle Rearview Mirror evolution P-2

MessnerMoto Motorcycle Rearview Mirror Evolution of design of MessnerMoto Motorcycle Mirrors continued, but it was still influenced by organic design idea. In this version of the design, organic skeletal forms were human modeled instead of computer-generated forms in the previous design. Soon first prototypes were made using 3D laser sintering technique from polyamide plastic. This method of 3D printing is superior to extrusion 3D printing methods and 3D printed prototype is as strong as cast polyamide plastic.