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    If you guys are planning on getting a group order in, it's my understanding that my AK Sabre has some updates that would be nice to incorporate beforehand.
    Not sure how one would go about updating the blueprints, but if someone has a 3D scanner or is good with CAD programming...

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    Quote Originally Posted by West_Texas_King View Post
    If you guys are planning on getting a group order in, it's my understanding that my AK Sabre has some updates that would be nice to incorporate beforehand.
    Not sure how one would go about updating the blueprints, but if someone has a 3D scanner or is good with CAD programming...
    Absolutely. If someone is interested in making these, they need to update the design with the changes I listed in this thread. Then then need to at least 3d print to verify it before spending $$ on cnc machining. It's imperative to intimately understand the design and how each piece interrelates. As the design stands, it will not work without those modifications.

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    Good point. I am interested in the 7.62x39 build. Not so much the 5.56.

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    I will talk to the one boss about making the aluminum halves. We have been looking at getting into job shop work. I should be able to update the drawings since OP and I discussed what I was doing wrong with opening them.

    Setup and programming cost will be the biggest expense. Once it's set, all you have to do is load a blank, push a button, then walk away.

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    I requested a quote from https://www.protolabs.com/cnc-machining/ and submitted the M10 / 47 drawings as referenced in this thread since I am interested in a 10 / 47. I guess I will have to wait for someone to build one and work out the kinks on that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vector 9mm View Post
    I will talk to the one boss about making the aluminum halves. We have been looking at getting into job shop work. I should be able to update the drawings since OP and I discussed what I was doing wrong with opening them.

    Setup and programming cost will be the biggest expense. Once it's set, all you have to do is load a blank, push a button, then walk away.
    Good to know. Very interested in seeing this come together.

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