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The machine shop route can work great, or be stupid expensive depending on how business is going, I think. I have had some really great work done very reasonably, and I have also paid a whole lot. These shops seem to have times when they are pushing hard to make dead lines, and can't think of looking at a "one off" job, or they may be kind of coasting along and can't wait to jump on something a little out of the ordinary. A friend retired and works half days at a local shop, that is halfway between tool and die and high production. He says how now and then he'll try to get the owner interested in a one off little job, and sometimes he "bites" and sometimes he doesn't.
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