Passed On, R.I.P.
Join Date: Jul 2005
Location: Baldwinsville, Just Outside of Syracuse, New York, USA
Model: 09 Gl1800
I plan on bringing 15 to 20 of them to NASSIR3 to hand out.
I must make sure that Steve and Wexy get a few, But should still have that many to hand out.
I could make more, But they are so heavy to bring to Buffalo on that Sorry NY Thruway. Grin.
Plus getting my hands on Material is tough and Machine time here at the plant is premium.
IF there is enough interest, just among us members, it would show there is enough interest in the wing world that I may approach management about making these as a sideline and see what they would actually charge for the part.
But then I would make it a kit. Longer bolts, Alignment studs and directions.
Plus I would have the edges finished some for a nicer appearance. Mine is right off the machine, Rough Tabs and all. That's how you are all getting them. Grin
A few seconds with a file or grinder will fix that though.
The Research & Development is already done for them and you guys are the testers. Grin.
Even if I had to buy the tools separate to make the parts, it's only 4 tools.
I can make 150 parts from one purchased 72 x 48 Sheet of Stainless Steel.
I will find out pricing for the tools and material before I look into going further with management.
Let me know what you all think?
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