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Thread: Need some feedback on what kind of frame you would like to see me manufacture.

  1. #391
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    Moving along, grip panels are done (most of them anyway, not sure why I decided to short myself on materials) and I also machined the blanks for the two grip styles.
    Programming single triggers tomorrow and they will be next in line for production.
    Double trigger frames on the left, singles on the right.


  2. #392
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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    nah, I just went with my file name 'mini vert', it's an 86 but close enough.
    How about Neptune frame.

  3. #393
    Was hoping the pricing would be more along the lines of CCM's 86* or around $100 even, being raw and all. Then again, not sure what it's costing in material and time, along with the versatility of the frame.

  4. #394
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    Frame, trigger and aluminum panels for $100 will never happen with production numbers like this.

  5. #395
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    truth.


    even if AGD made only 50 intelliframes theyd be around 200

    bulk investment means cheaper frame but a hope and a prayer for profit

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  6. #396
    Yes, I understand where the cost comes from. Looking forward to the quote for the anno as if anything I hope for gloss black. These the same grips as CCM's frames or.....?

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    Ccm's use a single hole design... These appear to be custom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtPB View Post
    These the same grips as CCM's frames or.....?
    No, they are made specifically made for the frame.

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    How does the weight of these stack up against one of your ULE'd intelliframes? I bought a used one the other day and thought it was plastic at first.

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    The Mini Vert single trigger frames weighs 4.5 ounces, grip panels weigh 2 ounces per set.

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    wow, I just realised how light that really is

  12. #402
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    No word back yet on the double frame I sent out, but I did get the programming done on the single trigger. I believe I can get out to the shop tomorrow, set up the machine and get one cut. When that's done we'll be on the home stretch. Where we're sitting right now, machining should only be about a week to complete.

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    Single trigger is done, just need to test fire it.


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    wow, i need a towel

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    yep, so i need a single trigger for sure.
    just finding time.

    looks awsome luke.
    My sydarm weighs less than yours!!!

  16. #406
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    im so pumped i ordered two of these lol!

    looks super great luke, i can already tell i am going to like the feel of that trigger!

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    Wow, that is great luke

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    i'm jumping the gun but your next project should be a am/mm rail, rt length and ule'd. It should also accept a threaded seal axle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Single trigger is done, just need to test fire it.

    Looks really nice. Great job.

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    Looks great, I just wish I wasnt broke right now...

  21. #411
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    Making all the single triggers today.

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    W00t!

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    isnt that where the titanic was set before it sank?

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    All programs have been tested and fine tuned boils down to this>



    Last edited by luke; 02-06-2013 at 06:20 PM.

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    Nah, all green lights, green buttons and M30's.

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    alright luke... lets see that pile of single triggers :P

  29. #419
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    Triggers are done, I'm going out right now to start the second operation on the frames (left and right sides) then we have one more op to go (Top and bottom).

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    Machine is set up and chips are flying! (I love this stuff)

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