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    Nick, nice new website. Simple to the point.

    I am digging the carbon dropout on the T5 ultralight

     

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    About fu...ng time Nick, I've been checking every week for the last 3 years for some new Crumpton porn. Nice work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crumpton View Post
    Not at this time. Always keeping my eye on developments in the industry and watching this one closely but i personally haven't felt the need to put disc on my primarily race/performance focused road bikes.



    Not enough volume of cutting going on here to justify this. proper cutters are in the $50k plus range and are saddled with expensive maintenance contracts as they do tend to go down a lot. Must cutting for our purposes is straight cuts, no contours. Easily done with stainless guides, rules, HUGE cutting mat and sharp blades.

    Hey nick

    Manor Grand Prix Racing Limited T/A Marussia F1 Team

    Theres ply and alignment eddy current testing all up for sale, I will be keeping an eye on it tomorrow its a team I worked for so am familiar with it, only 5 years old

    Just in case you had some money under the bed
     

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    given a choice i'd rather the larger Stratsys and the Cimco Romer.

    that Romer replaces your alignment table and all measuring bits associated. wouldn't that be cool? just a solid mounting point and record points till your are blue in the face.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Mcdermid View Post
    Hey nick

    Manor Grand Prix Racing Limited T/A Marussia F1 Team

    Theres ply and alignment eddy current testing all up for sale, I will be keeping an eye on it tomorrow its a team I worked for so am familiar with it, only 5 years old

    Just in case you had some money under the bed
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    Quote Originally Posted by crumpton View Post
    given a choice i'd rather the larger Stratsys and the Cimco Romer.

    that Romer replaces your alignment table and all measuring bits associated. wouldn't that be cool? just a solid mounting point and record points till your are blue in the face.
    The stratasys 400 went for 50 gs the faro went for more than the new on I just bought, that was weird
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by crumpton View Post
    Lately I feel like my past deserves more of my own attention. If we don't know where we have been, how do we know where we are going?
    For some reason I felt the need to reiterate my closing SO statement today.
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