(49 days until the 2012 WHPSC)
My dad buys resin by the 55-gallon drum. It's polyester resin, however, which doesn't play nicely with polystyrene foam. So you can either seal the foam with several goats of gesso and hope the polyester doesn't seep through before it cures, or go the expensive route and use epoxy. West System 105/205 epoxy kit arrived today...
Bent the stanchion for the disk brake side of the fork.
Milling off the excess from the crown end
Boring a recess for the dropout
Checking the fit using a calibrated Mt Dew stanchion alignment spacer
Closeup of the stack-O-spacers
Closeup of the dropout
Another closeup of the dropout
Closeup of the fork crown end
Reverse engineering the brake caliper mounting bracket using the fork off my stationary trainer
The brake caliper will fit something like this