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Jon - Laser Engines06/12/2018 08:46:26
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Posted by Tom Sharp 2 on 05/12/2018 22:50:31:

addicted but have suffered severe withdrawal symptoms recently due to non availability

its blink and you miss it at the moment. My 70's and 80's were gone in 26 hours.

The 70 is now done until the new year. Likely February time as we have parts to make.

Next in line are 180's and 100's. after that i will probably do 155's and then more 80's.

That is the master plan anyway, it might all go out the window but that is the plan.

Doug Campbell06/12/2018 14:51:16
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Given the demand for the engines why doesnt your boss do a decent run of parts to meet potential orders? Seems an odd way to run a company

Jon - Laser Engines06/12/2018 15:28:40
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Posted by Doug Campbell on 06/12/2018 14:51:16:

Given the demand for the engines why doesnt your boss do a decent run of parts to meet potential orders? Seems an odd way to run a company

I wish i knew. It also looks like i am getting another job to do so the work that was once shared between 4 people is now all down to me. I cant say i am particularly impressed by that.

alan p06/12/2018 16:29:59
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Shame you aren't in the midlands, lots of retired toolroom craftsmen wouldn't mind a little part time job to keep occupied.Probably all modellers wanting a Laser Engine!!!

supertigrefan07/12/2018 19:12:40
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Posted by Ron Gray on 05/12/2018 22:45:59:

Welcome to the club, ST, you won’t regret it but you may become addicted!

Well it arrived this morning and I fear you may be right Ron!

The second thing to strike me was the weight, not in a negative way but a reassuring feel of quality that compliments the first thing to strike me...….. the quality that it exudes....what a beautiful piece of engineering which is bursting with character.

Edited By supertigrefan on 07/12/2018 19:13:16

Percy Verance07/12/2018 20:08:48
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And that's before you've even run it or flown it.....

Rest assured ST, the best bit is yet to come.......the throtting qualities alone put most other model engines in the shade.........

 

Edited By Percy Verance on 07/12/2018 20:13:05

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