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Glen
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hahaha so true. small parts are fine if you order something thats stocked. like day or two. get something that says 7-14 days and you get it 6 months later. my sdp stuff came today as well. love it Very Happy

how much were they all up also. could have a use for something like that
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Post Tue Jun 16, 2009 6:40 pm 
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Knightrous
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Invoice
4 x Module 0.8, 35 Teeth - $6.80ea - $27.20
4 x Module 0.8, 25 Teeth - $6.51ea - $26.04
Freight: $10.76
Handling: $3.95
Total: $67.95



AUD$85 by the time it got here.
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Post Tue Jun 16, 2009 6:45 pm 
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yah, i love their $3.95 postage and quick response
got my friction drive wheel for whiplash from them in about five days
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The biggest thing I like about SDPSI is that I can find the part, download the solidworks cad file for it, design what I want to build and then order the parts knowing they will fit Smile
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I agree, but postage time and price is very good for a US company.
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It's certainly faster then Hafco delivering my milling machine Evil or Very Mad
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Hooray, my milling machine arrived today Very Happy
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Excellent, good purchase.
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Finally got my milling machine from the garage to the house and un-crated it.


Makes me all warm and fuzzy inside Laughing Finally bought something expensive that wasnt a car or computer! Also had my 20x A123's cells arrived today, definately dismantled dewalt packs, still have the tabs on them, all look in good condition though. Will buy more in the future.

Another random one, if anyone is chasing stuff from SDPSI in the next few weeks, I'll probably be doing an order for some gears, so let me know if you want to combine shipping.
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Unrelated project. Photo for those who know about it.

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Post Fri Jul 31, 2009 10:27 am 
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Hey Aaron, i've got a question about the solid state relais you're using: what specifications should i look out for when buying one to control a melty brain spinner? Max. voltage and current is a given, but what about the maximum switch on/off time? I've found one with a 1ms switch on/off, and another with 40ms... would that still be ok?

Thanks for the help Smile
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NECRODREDGE++

Did you bring your mill to NSW?
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10 year anniversary this year since I first had a go at a melty brain, time to build another one Cool
















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Yaaas! do eet
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