Yes, it's the same Azuma Man, you have very good eyes~ That is actually a Disney issued Indy bag which is slightly different than the regular MK VII bag. It's good to know there are other Indy fans here.
Kits is US$775 including the following items and Paypal fee.
Adaptors for GhostLab 42Pack Light Kits
Aluminum Holder for Ribbon Cable
Aluminum Spacers for Bumper and ALICE frame
Aluminum Tube for Vacuum Line
Beam Line Tube
Bellows with Removable Fake Slotted Screw Head for GB2 style
Blue Power Cell Lens
Light Reflector Cups
Resistors for Ion Arm
Shipping is US$200 via EMS and packed in double box. I will ask TNT and UPS to see if they have better shipping rate.
Have you completely ruled out selling the stl files?
Would you consider offering a barebones version? Maybe with just the shell and the ion arm, the HGA, the PPD, and the adapters for the reflectors and Ghostlab electronics?
Also, one of the reasons I've even considered a 3d printed pack was the ability to easily fix or replace damaged portions of the pack. Those ion arms, bumpers, and N-Filters do take a beating. Would you also be able to offer individual parts in case anything need to be replaced?
And while I love that the N-filter is part of the shell, maybe it also should be detachable much like the ion arm?
Not that my two cents is worth much since I can't afford it. :p
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Maybe this will change in the near future... hint hint lol, as I know this kit has garnered a lot of interest here on the forum.
Other than shipping cost, unlike US sellers, Paypal charges 4.4% + 30 cent for each transaction to sellers in Taiwan, and there is 2.5% fee when withdraw payment from Paypal to the local bank account, and plus recent 3% devalued exchange rate for US dollar since September, these costs really add up the price for the kit.
Selling just the shell is possible; however, the shipping is the same as the whole set, because couriers charge shipping cost by volumetric weight rather than actual weight for package in such size. Replacement parts can be purchased for sure.
If there are enough interests like 5 to 10 sets of the kit, I think I may do a run.
I'd still be interested in one.
I'm wondering if there is a way for you to find a printer here in the states and have the ordered kits printed and shipped from there? And if it is a commercial printer, they would be far less likely to try and steal your work.
Again, I'm just closing my eyes and lobbing this out there.
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