A few members here have posted they were given mpc's from Maynard Ferguson, Bill Chase, and Doc Severinsen to name the ones I remember seeing. I just feel bad for youngsters now a days.
My first mpc prototype cost me about $5000 between the CAD software, classes, training, tooling, working with the machine shop, travel, etc. This doesn't factor in the 6 months of work before the first piece was even made.
Now I'm looking at buying my first real CNC. The price of a nice BMW. Fun. That's not even factoring labor costs, raw materials, tooling, plating, etc.
I'd like to believe folks are getting what they pay for in my stuff.
@TrentAustin I understand everything you are saying, sorry I upset so many of you.
Thanks for your replies!
I'm not upset but I do want people to know a bit more about what justifies my pricing. It's not because I want to make a ton of money or rip off people. Far from it.
@TrentAustin just visited your site and you have great prices I will be ordering soon. Sorry I am new to this group and had never heard of your company, glad I visited.
When you consider the cost of a professional trumpet at $2500-3500.00, I would expect a professional mouthpiece to cost between $150.00-300.00.
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