I'm thinking about wrapping up my M1 with a carbon fiber vinyl. What do you guys think is the best way to cut out the perforated holes on the panels? An X-ACTO knife + a lot of patience?
I thought about doing a wrap myself, but all the perforations really deterred me from thinking about it much further.
tracking updated....arrived in NY #26
adamantium , stalker-fu over 9000
how'd you track the ship. lol
I'm on Despatch #26.
Using iPost and USPS, no updates yet other than the fact that it left TW on 11/7 and is destined for NJ.
A friend just pointed me to this, Google "Water Transfer Printing". You'll be amaze-balls, most likely. Only problem is it seems to be permanent.
tracking updated....arrived in NY #26
I then performed a risk analysis by building models of possible results by substituting a range of valuesa probability distributionfor any factor that had inherent uncertainty.
I have a worldwide network of computer systems that continuously monitor all forms of communication, travel, cargo, etc. Using GPS trackers I triangulated the positions of tens of thousands of ships bound for the NY area. I then performed a risk analysis by building models of possible results by substituting a range of valuesa probability distributionfor any factor that had inherent uncertainty. I then ran several billion Monte Carlo simulations on all the variables to establish the probability distributions for the likelihood each ship was bound for Jersey and had originated from Keelung within the time window established for our shipments. Only one ship came out of the models with a high enough probably. It was that simple.
Basically that is true, but what I really did was search against any historical sailing logs I could find on the Internet (not many) with the origin and destination of our shipment within the time window. I had also previously looked at all ship names that had left Keelung around Nov 7. I then moused over several ships in the New Jersey and New York ports and came across a few ship names that were familiar and tied them to the logs until I convinced myself the Dynasty was the most likely to be it.
I'm hoping Californians will be getting the case before New Years. At this point I'd ditch doing anything on NYE just to start building my rig.
Got the case in NJ, dispatch #26. Now to open it.
Edit: Postserve and USPS both show nothing. Not that I'd expect the delivery to be updated this quick, but nothing as in the boat landing or anything. I assure you though, they're here.
Nice, I'm also in NJ on #26 - hopefully I'll see mine today. Curious, where in NJ are you? I'm about 30 minutes west of NYC.
I'm a few miles off exit 114 on the parkway. It wasn't my normal USPS delivery, too, so I imagine there's a good chance they'll get to you, too.
I had to sign for it, though. I picked the right day to be too healthy for work.
Have most people received shipping notifications for their Frozen-Q reservoirs at this point? .
Yeah I have received a tracking # but all it says is December 17, 2013 Electronic Shipping Info Received. I'm sure it's on the way. I'll let you guys know when I receive. I wish I had the money to get the rest of my parts (MSI ITX AC Z87, ST30 rad, ADII, fittings)
830 silver.....was so hoping for 808....
anyone with 808 wanna trade tags ?
"808 kick drum, 808 hat, 808 snare drum, 808 clap. Got an 808 this & and an 808 that, got an 808 boom & an 808 bap." - Bassnectar
Have you tried USPS tracking (I assume you are in the US)?
Try again, but make certain that there are no spaces before or after your tracking number in the entry field.
I've noticed when I copy/paste the tracking from USPS to iPost, it sometimes adds a space at the end that will cause "no data" to be retrieved.