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Old 04-29-2008, 09:32 PM
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Try emachineshop.com they have a mini CAD program where you can design your part, have it made and shipped. They inform you of the price before it is made and it is all online. Good deal for the most part, but they charge a little bit too much for bigger parts.
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what kind of work are you needing ??
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If its something I would want on a Formula 382 I could probably make 2??
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The kind of shop that's going to be interested in making one of something is probably going to be small & specialized. I had a small-part turning project that also needed some CNC milling. Out of the 200+ machine shops around me, I found one that could do the job- that had the equipment. It cost me a premium but I got what the customer needed.

Narrow down what you're looking to have done. Any machine shop will need to know the parameters of your project before they waste time trying to quote something their machines can't accommodate.
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We are trying to create pirate cutlass style throttles, Dagger shift levers, and some other themed styling pieces. Any ideas?
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That be me..... hence my nic "CNC" full cad/cam cnc shop specializing in prototypes
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Why not get real (replica) handles and adapt them? Probably cheaper and more authentic.
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R- The handles need to be split so that they can operate independently. Aslo, the trim wire tube needs to attached and hidden. They would need to be a scale size or real handles.

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