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    Default Excellent service from misterwilling

    misterwilling made me a load of mirror mounts at a very good price. would deal with again

    if anyone wants any metal work done i would recomment speak to him

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    nice job misterwilling! Do you have CNC (it appears you do). I have a design for a new dodad that might need a quote.

    andy-con, what color are you going to anodize them, and do you have any plans to sell them. If so...what price each and what is the height of the center of the free plate from the mounting surface.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laserman532 View Post
    nice job misterwilling! Do you have CNC (it appears you do). I have a design for a new dodad that might need a quote.

    andy-con, what color are you going to anodize them, and do you have any plans to sell them. If so...what price each and what is the height of the center of the free plate from the mounting surface.

    pat b
    not anodizing them, i like the raw look
    i do plan to tidy them up slightly and try make them look a bit incer.

    i have plans for them all sorry, so wont be selling any.
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    note to self...

    design a mini adjustable mount

    have some machined

    post link on www.microlaserlabs.com

    purchase yacht, sail off into sunset...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laserman532 View Post

    purchase yacht, sail off into sunset...
    This one is for sale.

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    hey gene, could you please calculate how many adjustable mounts I would need to sell to get that boat. and staying on topic...i could reserve a suite for misterwilling for hooking me up with sweet mounts
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laserman532 View Post
    hey gene, could you please calculate how many adjustable mounts I would need to sell to get that boat.
    Depending on profit margin, I would guess about 25 million.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy_con View Post
    i do plan to tidy them up slightly and try make them look a bit incer.
    I tried to make them look as good a could but it came down to trying to get them done and making a profit from my time. For the price I charged I did about as much work on them as I could. I'm sure they were all internal parts and did not matter cosmetically. That was also my first attempt at shearing so If I were to do it again I would have sheared more oversized and milled them down to a more square edge. All in all I'm glad you like them.

    I would certainly be willing to make more, if enough people get together to get around 50+ I'll run a batch on the CNC. I spent alot of them time making Andy's figuring out the easiest way to make them because I did them for pretty cheap.

    I need a new car stereo and so if anyone is looking for these mounts just PM me I guess.

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    you did well mate and they are internal parts but i just wana buff them up slightly
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    I want to see how they function compared to the brass mounts ( http://lasershowparts.com/store/inde...&productId=210) . I saved three of the ones I made for you so when I get a chance I will do a side by side comparison because I have about 20 brass mounts I made.

    Yours seem like they should work just as well since they use the same adjusting screws. And making yours was quite a bit easier than manufacturing the brass ones.

    Oh and by the way, If anyone wants the finished mounts chem filmed yellow ( very pretty gold finish ) I can do it super cheap.
    Last edited by MisterWilling; 03-19-2010 at 16:41.

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