Discussion in 'General foundry chat' started by DavidF, Oct 13, 2019.
Hes going to be a wolf....
LOL, that's perfect.
I would love to know what goes through the minds of the factory staff as they make these various products.
LOL, I got to say, You two have a weird fetish.
Oh F here we go again.
You know Mark those workers gotta be laughing their asses off at that thing.
Perhaps the QC people not so much....
They probably draw straws..... There are no winners in this game!
you are right! They just get bigger and fancier!
Next... it will be titanium for lightweight and durability with these dimensions.lol.
It’s good to know jason wears big shades(sunglasses) if he is supporting the new look/costume! LOL.
Especially the destructive testing protocol.
FFS, if the diameter is 4" any testing is likely destructive; that'd definitely make you howl.
Guess i should have ordered him an extra large
Jason's just a big ass kid.
He could make a mold from that and cast some in glass for a funky new chandeleir.
Peedee, better watch your post. I'm mailing you a new chandelier!
Make sure it's invoiced as 'lighting components' or the import duty I have to pay on 'items of self degradation' will be huge!
If you send it return to vendor wrong size/shape (or colour of tail) (The receiver shouldn’t have to pay any service charges).But..(lol pardon the pun).... The receiver/vender is now obligated to show full operational/functional before full refund. A vendor can dispute the shipping if it is operational. Operational is in question.
But...(LOL , I love saying the word but) on the flip-side...
Something like this is very specific in my opinion! It’s not one size fits all. I think, if this is to be appropriate, that the designer should actually fit it.... just like a custom suit tailor....
Anyone else agree? There is three sides of the coin.... most people don’t like to talk about the third side, the Tailor doing the fitting. But… LOL in this situation I think it’s credible documentation. LOL but... I do not want to see pictures this time!
Yup! No photos please.
It is all good that we can have humour with this! Some might turn sour. Good job David and Jason for keeping your heart where it supposed to be!!!
Good times Matt!
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