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    Cut some emag panels today.

    Get them here.
    Small window for discount orders.

    Couldn't get a good picture because of the reflection in the fresh cut aluminum, but here you go.
    (Looks flat but surface is convex)

    Last edited by luke; 10-08-2012 at 09:50 AM.

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    ill take 2 sets.

    but you already know that.

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    I want. Price?

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    Luke having a CnC mill is dangerous to my wallet.

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    Very nice!!!
    Any chance of getting this done for 45 style inteliframes?

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    I'll be good for 2 sets & if you do decide to d o it to 45 panels I'd take 1 or 2 of em too

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    I am interested in a set

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke
    Cut some emag panels today.
    Cut SOME more. I will take a set. Might as well post in Dealer Forum so I can send payPal.


    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil
    Luke having a CnC mill is dangerous to my wallet.
    Whats a wallet? If you want yours polished, I know a good polisher who will polish them for us. I got a handle on it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Beemer
    If you want yours polished, I know a good polisher who will polish them for us. I got a handle on it.
    how does your guy polishing things like this with engravings do, how do they keep the edge of the engraving and dont turn everything rounded off?

    dont know if that makes sense.

    yeah we for sure need these made.
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    *** LUKE: can you do a dicounted pricing for 8 sets?

    ill throw this order in with everthing else i need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knownothingmags
    how does your guy polishing things like this with engravings do, how do they keep the edge of the engraving and dont turn everything rounded off?

    dont know if that makes sense.

    Did you see my user title? I could tell you......

    Just kidding. Sometimes you cant always use the wheel and if you want the detail you have to do it the old fashion way by hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beemer
    Did you see my user title? I could tell you......

    Just kidding. Sometimes you cant always use the wheel and if you want the detail you have to do it the old fashion way by hand.
    thats what i figured.

    i just didnt know maybe he had a new/oldschool way that was just easy.

    but nothing is easy right lol.
    unless you are like me and throw money at it.

    thanks,
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    Hi Luke,

    I'm interesed in a set for my Xmag - price shipped to UK?

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    Well done sir...will you be making these for your custom trigger frames?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redlaser666
    Very nice!!!
    Any chance of getting this done for 45 style inteliframes?
    I have not made 45 panels in years because the market has been bad for them, but if we could put even a small order together for them we could certainly do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knownothingmags
    *** LUKE: can you do a dicounted pricing for 8 sets?
    Yes of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOTShadowCompany
    Well done sir...will you be making these for your custom trigger frames?
    I know, I know!
    The past month working on the save ao fund threw me way off course.

    But to answer your question yes we can do the logo on pretty much anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GEE TEE
    Hi Luke,

    I'm interesed in a set for my Xmag - price shipped to UK?
    Shipping to the UK is no problem, I will post up prices in the dealer thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil
    Luke having a CnC mill is dangerous to my wallet.
    But... Lukes baby needs a new pair of shoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beemer
    Whats a wallet? If you want yours polished, I know a good polisher who will polish them for us. I got a handle on it.
    We can drop ship a package to you if anyone wants that service, no problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by Beemer
    Cut SOME more. I will take a set. Might as well post in Dealer Forum so I can send payPal.
    There will not be any "pre order" stipulation on these, but more of a "pre order discount".
    The panels will be machined first, and then the engraving will be done in a second operation, that's where the pre order/ group discount will come in, I really only want to do the engraving on panels that are actually purchased and will offer the discount on this part, if that makes sense.

    We can also do these in this run if anyone is interested:





    Let me figure some kind of group discount on these and I'll post up.

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    I could be interested by one set of these panels, depending on price and shipping to France !

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    Luke, I hate you!


    I need to get some....

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    Get them here.
    Small window for discount orders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redlaser666
    Very nice!!!
    Any chance of getting this done for 45 style inteliframes?

    Quote Originally Posted by Imasho
    I'll be good for 2 sets & if you do decide to d o it to 45 panels I'd take 1 or 2 of em too
    I designed the 45 panels today, they are modeled after the Emag panels, pretty much exact just a little shorter and narrower at the bottom. Still have to do the cam, design and machine fixtures but they are a go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke
    I designed the 45 panels today, they are modeled after the Emag panels, pretty much exact just a little shorter and narrower at the bottom. Still have to do the cam, design and machine fixtures but they are a go.
    are these ule in the back?
    if you could ULE them like you do the z-grip panels you make would be awsome.
    Last edited by knownothingmags; 10-09-2012 at 12:18 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knownothingmags
    are these ule in the back?
    if you could ULE them like you do the z-grip panels you make would be awsome.
    All panels now com ULE milled, but not necessarily "ultra uled" like the Z grip panels. The Z grip panels use a different type of tool path to machine the cavity. The standard tool path is 2.5D (For the Emag style pocket milling) Z grip ule is 3D. Without explaining what this means in the actual machining operation, the difference in time to cut the two different style pockets translates to exactly 500% more time to do the 3D tool path. (Time=Money)

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke
    All panels now com ULE milled, but not necessarily "ultra uled" like the Z grip panels. The Z grip panels use a different type of tool path to machine the cavity. The standard tool path is 2.5D (For the Emag style pocket milling) Z grip ule is 3D. Without explaining what this means in the actual machining operation, the difference in time to cut the two different style pockets translates to exactly 500% more time to do the 3D tool path. (Time=Money)
    so if someone was willing to pay the cash to get that ultra light milling done would you?

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    These should finish up and ship over the next few days.

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    F yeah thats what im talking about.

    i can get my markers done.

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    It looks like these should finish up tomorrow 10-25-12 and should ship by the 26th. (If all goes well)

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    I would take some!.... If I had an Emag

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