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PostPosted: Sat Aug 15, 2009 9:11 am 
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Nice one dude...
Are they really that hard to get hold of?

Next project....Ti Grafton speed controllers...the germans would go crazy for this stuff!.....

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 15, 2009 3:03 pm 
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1. thats rad
2. hoes better have your money now
3.i want some
4. how much no problem
5. why do germans like the grafton shit so much.


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I am really impressed :shock:


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Pure class Dougie. Very well done :D
The icing on the cake though man is the graphic design and the packaging. True spirit of the original. Superb
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North Wales AEC / OWMTBC 2010 Champion
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When i read the title i really didn't expect to read this!

Absolutely superb 8) ! Would be interested to know man hours as above comment :wink:

I would be happy to have a simple lathe, but the kit you've got to play with :shock:

I can't wait for the next project :D


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super cool! well done.


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great work, good attention to detail, well done.


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Good effort! :shock:

It must be incredibly rewarding to be able to produce something from your own "What if..." idea.

VERY impressive.


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Totally awesome work there fella, you're gonna have a few punters from here!!! (Me included) :shock: 8)


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Nicely done, as a side note you should be able to export from Solidworks to most cnc type applications as a DXF or Iges file.

If any one needs any Solidworks done, mates rates are availabel ;)


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