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Old 03-15-2018, 04:02 PM
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OK, this is not mine, I have no affiliation and I got this from another forum.

However if you have a desk and business cards..... this has got to be on the list of things to have.

Any QLD cobra club members perhaps we can bulk purchase for these in a flat rate shipping box.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Billet-Engi...YAAOSwv-ZaOBf5
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Old 03-15-2018, 04:56 PM
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Yes, very cool, and certainly a talking point.

I don't see it as professional if your cards need to stacked sideways.

Everything displayed to a customer should be legible from their seated position, without tilting their head.

I would buy one for display purposes, and not use it for their intentions.

Each to their own.

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That's awesome.

Count me in for two if we can do a deal on shipping!

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Yes, very cool, and certainly a talking point.

I don't see it as professional if your cards need to stacked sideways.

Everything displayed to a customer should be legible from their seated position, without tilting their head.

I would buy one for display purposes, and not use it for their intentions.

Each to their own.

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Guess you could always get a V-16 version to hold them sideways?
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Guess you could always get a V-16 version to hold them sideways?
Yes, that's right.

If they have the ability, why not scale it up so your cards will sit the right way?

A V8 scaled for the cards to sit the right way would cost more in material and machining time, but would be negligible.

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I agree, make it bigger and Iím in for a couple.
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Yes, that's right.

If they have the ability, why not scale it up so your cards will sit the right way?

A V8 scaled for the cards to sit the right way would cost more in material and machining time, but would be negligible.

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And then you can use the cylinder chambers as pen holders too... just so you had a pen handy to right up the quote. Lol.

Or one could have their cards printed the other way?
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