Oldnbroken wrote:No, I never did. That was exactly my point to begin with...No magic filling.
You brought up that magic valuable prototyping process not me.
I did not ask specifically for you to respond with your same tired "I love high prices" explanations.
So you put out a thread, end it with *** OK, I've got my helmet on and I'm ready for a beating, so please tell me what you know about the subject! ***
I asked you if you knew how to not click the mouse, if you don't like what you see here, but you keep clicking it.
What I am saying is that the cost of RD on small small production runs are big unless you just buy a ready made design from someone.Sorry you are having a hard time with my very specific example explaining why your assertion, that it was the huge R&D cost driving the price, was very likely wrong.
I believe that theory holds no water and my detailed explanation of the Airush CNC proto and production tools capabilities makes clear why, sorry you think it makes no sense because you don't understand what I said, and what I quoted right from the mouth of Airush about their tools.
Oldnbroken wrote:Hey!....welcome back again...I knew you cared!
I put my helmet on because I'm smart enough to know that if I brought up the subject of prices that maybe had room to get a bit less comfy, that I would take some kind of a beating before long, and you walked right in and gave me the hit in the head I knew was coming.
No worries there, It's not a big deal at all, I am here to learn, discuss, talk, see and hear about new stuff, look at cool videos and for general entertainment, like most of us here.
I do often value your opinion on non price related subjects, in other threads.
I guess we will have to agree to disagree on almost every point along the way in this thread though.
I just am not going to see the things you are trying to get me to see and you are not going see what I'm trying to show you either.
So, better luck next time, in another thread maybe.
Please, no hard feelings.
Tiago1973 wrote:jkrug wrote:the 'fair price' is the market price. if people are willing to pay X for a board, that's the fair/market price. if X is too high, the company sells little to nothing and goes out of business.
that´s naive but i do agree you will be a happier person by beliving on it
14ToeSide wrote:Wow! The wind must not be blowing anywhere!!!
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