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Old 04-27-2013, 10:35 AM
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Default New Polymer 80%ers coming out

To all who have been been following the thread about the polymer 80%s: AT the time I posted the thread I was not a Vendor and it was deleted. I am now a Calguns Vendor and Have reposted here again. My apologies.

Here is the link to our website: http://polymer80.com

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Old 04-27-2013, 2:09 PM
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UPDATE: We may have our 3d model tonight!
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They are coming SOON but you ask questions here.
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You guys going to do an AR10 model too?

Would be curious if it could hold up.
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To all who have been been following the thread about the polymer 80%s: AT the time I posted the thread I was not a Vendor and it was deleted. I am now a Calguns Vendor and Have reposted here again. My apologies.

Here is the link to our website: http://polymer80.com

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I need to ask.....when the buffer is retracting during firing what method is used to protect the buffer area from wear.....just asking.
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Just curious. How did you guys address the issue of the weak spot in polymer lowers at the rear take down pin? It seems that this area is a problem for some other polymer lowers.
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Tag. Looking forward to see if these can take the abuse.
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definitely interested, keep us updated.
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Extremely interested in seeing this. Definitely can't wait to see some video of them being used and abused.
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You guys going to do an AR10 model too?

Would be curious if it could hold up.
Yes.. VERY quickly after the ar15.
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Just curious. How did you guys address the issue of the weak spot in polymer lowers at the rear take down pin? It seems that this area is a problem for some other polymer lowers.
This a long answer... Some things I cannot sat at the moment but material selection was key. There are ALOT of different polymers out there and it would easy to pick the wrong one. Fortunately we have a mechanical engineer on our team who is an EXPERT in polymers, and polymer manufacturing. There are also a great deal of factors regarding the injection molding process itself that affect the integrity of the final product.

We have catefully selected our processes and materials to give us the strongest polymer lower out there.
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FREE 80% polymer lower with free shipping. Go grab some. I already got one in the cart and ready to check out. http://polymer80.com/ar-15-products/...ower-receiver/

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Would be curious if it could hold up.
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FREE 80% polymer lower with free shipping. Go grab some. I already got one in the cart and ready to check out. http://polymer80.com/ar-15-products/...ower-receiver/



Lolz
LOL yeah that is our set up until we have the 3d model and open up the discounted pre-orders (which will not be free)

We HAD to put a number in so we could build our shopping cart.
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maybe you could drill the rear and front takedown pins smaller and use bushing adapters for the upper kind of like how they make the colt upper adapter
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maybe you could drill the rear and front takedown pins smaller and use bushing adapters for the upper kind of like how they make the colt upper adapter
awesome idea, but I don't think it will be necessary with our design, material and manufacturing process.
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What type of tooling will be required to finish the lower? Also can you give us an idea on pricing?
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What type of tooling will be required to finish the lower? Also can you give us an idea on pricing?
Just a dremmel.

Pricing will be released very soon... It will be under $90.
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you may wish to add the details about the included Jig/bits in your OP. That is a MAJOR selling point.


Also, 2 things abut the website. one, you can ship for a hell of a lot cheaper than $15. an 80% receiver even with jig included would fit in a flat rate box from USPS and not cost more than $10, and closer to the $5 mark.

two, what would happen if I were to order one of the 0$ 80% lower receivers and pay the $15.95 shipping ($1.15 tax) ? :P
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I will post the 3d model when complete, early next week
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Where abouts are you located? Will you have a storefront?
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any way to make the mold so the pocket is like a core that you have to mill out so that the walls will be clean but the floor will be the only thing that looks a bit rough ooh can you even mold in partial holes like a divit so you dont even need a jig
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Even their website has no pictures....curious.
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Even their website has no pictures....curious.
Still in development.
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any way to make the mold so the pocket is like a core that you have to mill out so that the walls will be clean but the floor will be the only thing that looks a bit rough ooh can you even mold in partial holes like a divit so you dont even need a jig
According to goober in this thread, nope:

http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=195165
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BATF says (now) that any dimples or starting marks are considered the same as finished holes (lame, i know) so no, there are none on the parts themselves (the old version had them).
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I'm very interested, and am glad to see the thread back. I thought I totally lost my mind there for a moment. I am a mechanical engineer too (and a business owner), and believe that with the right design and material selection, it could work very well. I look forward to seeing what you have. Keep moving forward and don't let others discourage you. Also, many people have been burned before and may not want to take the risk, so be open about your business so people can see that you are legit.
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can you fill us in more on how complicated the milling process is? Like what kind of work it would take to complete compared to a billet lower?
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