08-26-2012, 11:03 PM
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Originally Posted by tymcneer
I actually should have made the complete statement... They can be done, but the cost of changing the machinery would drive the price to around $60 each, which is outrageous. Plus, the number of "bad" units produced for each good unit would increase
That really starts to cut into the return on investment. I would be willing to pay $60 an insert
The rest of that equation would be...
What barrel could be bored to support the system? I would think that finding a barrel to support it would be fairly easy. Any 1pc barrel that has a large enough OD so it didn't get too weak, right? Basically how people bore barrels to accept freak inserts, but longer. Maybe I am missing something obvious...
Who can do a 9" deep accurate bore at Freak diameter? (My current setup is maxed out at 6") That I don't know. I do not know machining that well. I would have guessed that if you can bore a 9" insert, you could bore a 9" barrel.
If you wish to invest around $1000, I can build a new machine and produce these. (Personally, I do not believe that you would ever be able to recoop the investment.) Why $1000 now? I thought it would have been $60 an insert. I am confused
Thanks for the reply Ty, answers are in italics in the quote
Last edited by ThickChestHair; 08-26-2012 at 11:08 PM.