Peer into the Bucket 'o Shame. You will see broken end mills, shattered drill bits, sawed-in-two drill chucks, fragmented carbide tooling and split high speed steel bits. These tools gave their lives in the pursuit of making stuff for Lotuses.
Each piece has its own story (and a string of cuss-words, in many cases.)
Be the first to guess the weight correctly, and win an RLS Phone Mount*. One guess per person, please.
'06 Lotus Elise Ardent Red, Touring, Sport, Driving Lights, Stage II Exhaust, Risen Engine Covers, Star Shield, SirLotus' Front Under Clam Protectors in anti-matter-black, Yoko's, Sector111 FFI Cover; DS Brace Toe-link upgrade and cool Carpet Buttons, Long Blond Hairs in Pax Seat ... ďI think the most important thing is that in the last seven days we've just had the greatest adventure of our lifetimes.Ē (Richard Branson)
6.88 lbs. That is some heavy, and expensive stuff.
2nd sentence is correct
When people start to think that prices are too high, they might consider the hidden costs of doing business. Rent. Heat. Internet. Phone. Consumables: drills, endmills, saw blades, titanium scissors (CF), machine maintenance, garbage disposal, prototyping, defective (unsalable) parts, stock (thousands of dollars sitting on shelves instead of making any return), paper, printing fees, boxes, tape, bubble wrap, taxes, etc. x 1,000.
I think that many shops in this niche are lucky if they can carve out a 10% profit after all is said and done. Seriously.
That's why most of us are subsidizing these endeavors with a ton of passion.
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Batimovil: "Container is a Similac (or equivalent brand) baby formula."
You have correctly identified the container. I suspect you are a fellow parent?
Fellow parent indeed with a 6 month old little one. Man, that is a great guess, I think I deserve an extra phone mount (even one with some imperfection)! Or at least free shipping! Come on Thomasio, Christmas = Generosity!