So after several attempts, the shop was able to get a titanium spinning done. It took lots of material from me, and many different drawings to get on that they could make. 4 different attempts, first one they couldn't get to form right, second one cracked when they were forming it, third one cracked when they were cutting the grooves. The cracks are due to the hardness of the material. If it's not treated properly, it gets brittle. Last attempt was a success. Downside is, the grooves are not able to be as wide and deep as I would like. Also, titanium is naturally a darker grey color than aluminum. But the paint should make them pop more. I hope to take one of the other ones that cracked down to the shooting range, just so see how it holds up
Not sure how I am going to do the back yet, but I'll at least have the four main bolts welded on.
Titanium right, Aluminum left
Looking forward to getting this one done.