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Old 08-28-2013, 05:01 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I am surprised their have not been more questions. Guess that PDF was helpful to everyone?
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Old 08-28-2013, 07:40 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I have a question!

Is the lpr adjustable?
I watched your vids and I see a LOT of back block blowback. Maybe a few more psi from the lpr would correct this "issue?"

I absolutely LOVE your design, BTW. From an engineering standpoint it's very graceful. I hoping to gather funds by the 2nd, but it may be a lost cause. I have my wife AND daughter's birthdays next month... Need I say more?
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Simple man, buy them a pneumatic assisted pump kit for their birthdays. I saw Homer do the same thing with a bowling ball on the Simpsons.
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Old 08-28-2013, 08:38 PM   #15 (permalink)
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I have a question!

Is the lpr adjustable?
I watched your vids and I see a LOT of back block blowback. Maybe a few more psi from the lpr would correct this "issue?"

I absolutely LOVE your design, BTW. From an engineering standpoint it's very graceful. I hoping to gather funds by the 2nd, but it may be a lost cause. I have my wife AND daughter's birthdays next month... Need I say more?
Yes it is adjustable but not in the typical sense. You have to remove the handle and item3 then slightly slim item 7 (lpr setting spacer) 80-120 grit sand paper works nicely. then put it back together and check it again. I have found that 0.005 is about the right adjustment increment. I can easliy do this on my lathe since I have the stock and ability to measure something that close. That is one of the reasons I am offering to assemble and test them for whoever buys one.
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Simple man, buy them a pneumatic assisted pump kit for their birthdays. I saw Homer do the same thing with a bowling ball on the Simpsons.
Hahaha. I just watched that ep.

tjd: Do you think this is just a short run or you will continue to do this?
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Old 08-28-2013, 09:18 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Have to see how the timing works out, with my luck I'm probably out already. All the parts I've gotten from you have shown great craftsmanship. I like the idea of combining parts and functions for these kits to work without milling the marker body.
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Hahaha. I just watched that ep.

tjd: Do you think this is just a short run or you will continue to do this?
I do hope to make some more in the future but I am not sure when that might be. Making these products is something I really like doing but its not my primary job so I only get about 3-4 hours per day after work to do this stuff and quite a bit of that is filled with boring barrels then cleaning and packaging and all that "overhead" type stuff.

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Have to see how the timing works out, with my luck I'm probably out already. All the parts I've gotten from you have shown great craftsmanship. I like the idea of combining parts and functions for these kits to work without milling the marker body.
Ya that was the number 1 priority when I started this design so that I would not have to mill my oracle body.

Thank you for the quality complement, I do only produce products that I would use and feel proud to put out.
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