anyone evr try this?

Cenobyte

Sr Member
This might open up a large world for proppers to get parts less expensive and faster that conventional runs.
 

Sluis Van Shipyards

Master Member
We need someone who knows how to use CAD to whip up something simple to see a price quote. That way we could get an idea how expensive their service is. It sounds promising though.
 

Dewy

Well-Known Member
Originally posted by Sluis Van Shipyards@Jan 5 2006, 08:38 PM
We need someone who knows how to use CAD to whip up something simple to see a price quote. That way we could get an idea how expensive their service is. It sounds promising though.
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I wonder who could do that?
 

Ogibendogy

Well-Known Member
I tried this for a waterjet cutting project (run of 30 buckles in aluminum). For my project it was cheaper to take the project to a brick and motor shop. But it was cost competitive and would be good if you don't have a shop in your area.
 

Star Wars Man

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i dont know how to do that program, so i wont try it...i was thinking luke rotj or some obi wan anh parts...or what the heck, a maul saber
 
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