I've been recently having a lot of repair orders, and eventually may have upgrades as well so I'm creating this note as a guide to the process.
Here's a couple important tips to make the process go more smoothly:
1. When returning your board, make sure to put on the box or a printout inside your screen name and email address so I know who you are! Seeing your address doesn't help me a lot if most of our communication is via emails and or the forums.
2. I try to email you and let you know that I received it and when I work on it, but sometimes I just dive right in and forget (especially if #1 wasn't done). If that is the case, just email me and I'll let you know the status.
3. For repairs specifically, I'll diagnose first and then tell you a ball park as to how much it will cost to fix. These are subject to change if more than the initial diagnosis is wrong.
4. Finally, when the work is done I'll send you a PayPal invoice to your email address. Important make sure you have your current PayPal email address included as well so I'll know where to bill.
djcbooks81: Romans sells the MJ MOTS hilt http://romanprops.com/product/mjv2-fx-ready-empty-hilt/
May 28, 2017 5:43:28 GMT -5
blessedwrath: Finally have more time to actually do things, now that I've left my job. I'm eager to get back into saber building again. ^_^
May 29, 2017 1:50:39 GMT -5
blessedwrath: As a first step, I've actually messed with TinkerCad a little bit. I've got the first run of custom chassis discs on the way. Gotta test 'em before I can offer them for sale.
May 29, 2017 1:51:18 GMT -5