andrew at plumb.org
Wed Apr 27 08:11:29 EDT 2011
How do their rates compare with the same design priced at Ponoko? The gottcha with Ponoko is there's something like a minimum $14 shipping charge which makes the smaller jobs less appealing.
On 2011-04-27, at 7:29 AM, Nigel wrote:
> I've also used Virtucom in Kanata for water and laser cutting. I've been pleased by the quality of their work, but turnaround times can be a bit variable. Check out virtucom-inc.com.
> On 2011-04-26, at 8:14 PM, Andrew Plumb <andrew at plumb.org> wrote:
>> Yup, I've sent a few designs thru them. For the laser-cut items only takes about two or three days from submission to ship. Then you're at the mercy of USPS/Canada Post; that can take anywhere from a couple of days to a week.
>> On 2011-04-26, at 8:01 PM, Andrew O'Malley wrote:
>>> Anyone here use Ponoko? Was wondering what their turn-around time is?
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