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Old 02-09-2012, 12:30 PM   #991
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As for IDs, I'm thinking we might be able to just send anyone who can't make a coordinated time a unique code they can use to identify their order.
this is a good idea. Maybe we can generate a unique number and PM everyone it. We can keep an excel sheet at pick up and match people up to it. Is that what you were going for?

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As I'm still in Seattle, I will be having a family member or friend pick up my order. How do you want them to identify themselves?
I think if you maybe PM twogunz who they are, or maybe as he is suggesting above. Idea being, if you have a unique number to match up with your pick up, some dude casually reading our thread can't walk in and make off with someone's grain on the sneek. I would hope this wouldn't ever happen, but with this many people it wouldn't hurt us to be on top of it.

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I mocked up mine yesterday with cardboard check out my build thread...Think I got it figured out, how are you cutting the PID's out in the box?
I am 99% sure I will use a dremel tool with a cut off wheel. I used that to cut my din rail as practice and it worked really well, easy to control. If I can't get into the corners of the square I will bust out my jigsaw with a fine toothed metal blade
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Old 02-09-2012, 01:29 PM   #992
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I'm in support of the "PIN" number concept. I would hate to see a jbsengineer imposter make off with $800 of my grain!
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Old 02-09-2012, 01:31 PM   #993
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Old 02-09-2012, 02:26 PM   #994
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If we use a PIN then people can probably have more flexibility on pick up-- it'd have to be during business hours though. I'll work out some of the details when it comes in and try to make it work for everyone.

 
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Old 02-09-2012, 03:06 PM   #995
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If we use a PIN then people can probably have more flexibility on pick up-- it'd have to be during business hours though. I'll work out some of the details when it comes in and try to make it work for everyone.
I think this goes without saying, but...

I do want to emphasize. Once the grain is in, if you can make it that Saturday (2/18) during the pickup time, please do so.

If you need an exception to the rule that is ok too. But the more we clear on Saturday the easier on twogunz and his parents business. I would rather have the folks picking up being a little inconvenienced versus twogunz or his family's business.

The easier on the business, the more likely we will have the opportunity to have grain delivered there again at some point.
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Old 02-09-2012, 03:21 PM   #996
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so when will we know our final pricing for delivary and all that good stuff?
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Old 02-09-2012, 04:19 PM   #997
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so when will we know our final pricing for delivary and all that good stuff?
Plan on being able to pick up grain on location Sat 2/18

As for final pricing I will post it as soon as I hear back (likely today or tomorrow). Our order request has been submitted through our buyer.
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I am 99% sure I will use a dremel tool with a cut off wheel. I used that to cut my din rail as practice and it worked really well, easy to control. If I can't get into the corners of the square I will bust out my jigsaw with a fine toothed metal blade
use the jigsaw, you will have overrun with a cutoff wheel leaving visible cuts if there is no face plate. the jigsaw will leave much cleaner corners.

 
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use the jigsaw, you will have overrun with a cutoff wheel leaving visible cuts if there is no face plate. the jigsaw will leave much cleaner corners.
only problem with a jigsaw is that the hole is so small (45x45mm). I would have to drill 4 holes and then connect the holes and clean up the corners. There is a faceplate but it isn't huge. I was just thinking of filing after cutting if needed. Or buzzing the burrs off with the dremel
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only problem with a jigsaw is that the hole is so small (45x45mm). I would have to drill 4 holes and then connect the holes and clean up the corners. There is a faceplate but it isn't huge. I was just thinking of filing after cutting if needed. Or buzzing the burrs off with the dremel
Let us know how you make out with the dremel. I am planning on the jigsaw with 4 holes. I have a drillpress which should help my process.
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