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post Apr 20 2012, 09:30 AM
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Thanks Aaron.

Will also be good to see an option later for those with extra paint spot instead of drawers, but will be handy to have a couple with extra storage to start with!

You might also want to consider a mix for GW - like two levels of Hex, two levels of 2012 for those with a mix. A simple case for you to simply substitute two lower or two upper racks from one!

Order placed for tool rack plus straight P3. Will take a second P3 and a Vallejo straights when they're available in acrylic!
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post Apr 20 2012, 12:49 PM
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Hey dude, any chance of bundle packs? Cheers!!!

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post Apr 20 2012, 12:49 PM
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Selective shelving is also being looked into. Done easily enough, just to integrate it into the site and production. Will be sorted soon.


QUOTE(MarkJ @ Apr 20 2012, 09:00 AM) *

Thanks Aaron.

Will also be good to see an option later for those with extra paint spot instead of drawers, but will be handy to have a couple with extra storage to start with!

You might also want to consider a mix for GW - like two levels of Hex, two levels of 2012 for those with a mix. A simple case for you to simply substitute two lower or two upper racks from one!

Order placed for tool rack plus straight P3. Will take a second P3 and a Vallejo straights when they're available in acrylic!



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post Apr 20 2012, 12:50 PM
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Most certainly. We've just got a few more releases to get through first.

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Hey dude, any chance of bundle packs? Cheers!!!



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post Apr 20 2012, 12:58 PM
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QUOTE(aaroncains @ Apr 20 2012, 12:50 PM) *

Most certainly. We've just got a few more releases to get through first.


Awesome, primed and ready to purchase!


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post Apr 22 2012, 07:24 PM
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post Apr 30 2012, 05:36 PM
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Received my delivery of one tool rack and one P3 rack today.

Working on the Tool Rack at the moment. One issue - am I doing something wrong is the back piece half a centremetre too high for the second top plate to fit? Seem nice besides this hiccup!
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post Apr 30 2012, 06:10 PM
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Whoops, sorry about that one Mark. Seems like a few back plates leak out with an old cut. I will have the correct one sent out tomorrow for you. Thanks or letting me know.

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Received my delivery of one tool rack and one P3 rack today.

Working on the Tool Rack at the moment. One issue - am I doing something wrong is the back piece half a centremetre too high for the second top plate to fit? Seem nice besides this hiccup!



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post Apr 30 2012, 07:57 PM
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Thanks Aaron,

Though it might be an initial run issue! Also got a second front drawer plate for the tool rack. Only thing missing is another three screws and nuts. Also are the front drawer plates intentionally taller than the paint rac or was that an old one too? I have a feeling it should be narrow like the paint rack.

The paint rack was perfect.

Apart from that both this and the main rack work pretty well. Already dried and magnetised too. Yet to see use but at this point big thumbs up.

Also worth noting is that because they really don't need gluing they will disassemble rather easily if anyone wants to spray paint their entire rack at a later date and rebuild it!

Really looking forward to getting some clear acrylic units when they're ready now!

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Mark,

Thanks for the email, glad we got you (and the bug) sorted out.

Yes, the idea behind it was to eliminate the need for glue. The hardware does all the work smile.gif

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Thanks Aaron,

Though it might be an initial run issue! Also got a second front drawer plate for the tool rack. Only thing missing is another three screws and nuts. Also are the front drawer plates intentionally taller than the paint rac or was that an old one too? I have a feeling it should be narrow like the paint rack.

The paint rack was perfect.

Apart from that both this and the main rack work pretty well. Already dried and magnetised too. Yet to see use but at this point big thumbs up.

Also worth noting is that because they really don't need gluing they will disassemble rather easily if anyone wants to spray paint their entire rack at a later date and rebuild it!

Really looking forward to getting some clear acrylic units when they're ready now!



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post May 1 2012, 01:13 PM
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Thanks Aaron,

Great to see acrylic's available now too. Now they're ready can we expect the next version with extra paint row instead of drawer within a week or two then?
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post May 1 2012, 01:16 PM
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Not far away at all. This week.

QUOTE(MarkJ @ May 1 2012, 12:43 PM) *

Thanks Aaron,

Great to see acrylic's available now too. Now they're ready can we expect the next version with extra paint row instead of drawer within a week or two then?



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post May 5 2012, 07:43 PM
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Received my replacement parts yesterday (most importantly the proper height back for the rack). Thanks to the nut/bolt system it took just minutes to take the rack apart, replace the back, and rebuild it. Another minute saw the drawer front replaced with the correct one. Very easy smile.gif
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post May 6 2012, 05:47 PM
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Would've been even easier going together first time around should the correct parts have been in the pack. But so long as the end result is the same, we're glad you're happy.

Bug noted and terminated wink.gif Thanks again for your patience on the matter Mark.

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Received my replacement parts yesterday (most importantly the proper height back for the rack). Thanks to the nut/bolt system it took just minutes to take the rack apart, replace the back, and rebuild it. Another minute saw the drawer front replaced with the correct one. Very easy smile.gif



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