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    [ATTACH=CONFIG]n438876[/ATTACH] Laminate precision LASER CUT REEDS for sale, sets of 8 (16 Reeds)for $35.00 free shipping
    These are cut on a laser so edges are smooth and unfractured from router bits or water jet cutting.

    for order and payment please call or text 1-616-808-7819
    Last edited by john527; 06-23-2016, 07:23 AM.
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    Re: Laminate LASER CUT REEDS

    How are they purchased? Send me a pm please
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      Re: Laminate LASER CUT REEDS

      Lots a questions;

      Laser cut edge appears to have a burr on the edge. Is it thicker at the burr, and is the burr on both sides or one side (leaving the opposite side flat to seal against the reed block)?

      Are these reeds made by a different mfgr than say Boyeson or Chris Carson reeds, and do they have verified/documented testing done on them?

      What is the glass fiber material and what is the resin binder material?

      Thanks,

      Tom



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        Re: Laminate LASER CUT REEDS

        Tom,
        Thanks for the questions,
        The G10,FR4 Laminate I use is .0235", we have tested them for two seasons in our 750 mod (44 merc) and have had no problems.
        and for the burrs that you think you see on the edges...there are none, the laser cuts this laminate very smoothly leaving no burrs and also seals the edges. Epoxyglas G10,FR4 Laminate Sheet is a glass fabric layer reinforcement in an epoxy resin binder. It is the most versatile laminate with extremely high mechanical strength and is also fire retardant.

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        • #5

          Re: Laminate LASER CUT REEDS

          Excellent reply, John.

          (When you have time...) How about a side by side photo of a new reed next to one that has some hours on it...? Any fraying of the edges, splitting, cracking been observed after a season or two running?



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            Re: Laminate LASER CUT REEDS

            Excellent reply, John.

            (When you have time...) How about a side by side photo of a new reed next to one that has some hours on it...? Any fraying of the edges, splitting, cracking been observed after a season or two running?
            I do not have any that look worn out yet!

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            • #7

              Re: Laminate LASER CUT REEDS

              WTB>>>>>>>>>been trying the numbers and PM's, with no response, can anyone help with better contact info. I need a couple sets of these.

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              • #8

                Re: Laminate LASER CUT REEDS

                Jetracer, sorry , I just got your message, I will be getting ahold of you today for your mailing info...Thanks!
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                • #9

                  Re: Laminate LASER CUT REEDS

                  Just so I understand, these reeds would replace 16 items with 8 items?
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                  • #10

                    Re: Laminate LASER CUT REEDS

                    I think so...they are siamese reeds...............Thanks I ordered today from a great friendly Gal.
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                    • #11

                      Re: Laminate LASER CUT REEDS

                      Fresh batch of reeds are ready for shipping if anybody needs any!
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                        Re: Laminate LASER CUT REEDS

                        [QUOTE=deverhart1;n438914]How are they purchased?
                        call or text 1-616-808-7819
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