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Askarus

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I'm curious how long per unit production may take... are the base units going to be assembled soon, or are you finishing the full batch of lids first?
No idea. At the moment it is all about optimizing things.
We're looking for bugs during the first produced parts and manually work around them.
It is like with the Pandora. It will speed up over time.

It took me some hours to make those 11 units.
But that will change.

We will do it step by step.
But for these first units we might finish them today. We'll see ;)
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It is all highly inefficient and experimental at the moment.
 

Phlyra

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It started.
The 11 first mass produced Pyra lids.
Hopefully we can complete them today.

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The very first Pyra lids.
Hidden in a thread of trash talk :p
(I have no idea if that's true, I did not read the last pages, but it always ends like that)
Congratulations on reaching mass production! :D
 

Wrath Of Khan

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No idea. At the moment it is all about optimizing things.
We're looking for bugs during the first produced parts and manually work around them.
It is like with the Pandora. It will speed up over time.

It took me some hours to make those 11 units.
But that will change.

We will do it step by step.
But for these first units we might finish them today. We'll see ;)
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It is all highly inefficient and experimental at the moment.
So working 7 till 11... live and breathe pyras...
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KickAss

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No idea. At the moment it is all about optimizing things.
We're looking for bugs during the first produced parts and manually work around them.
It is like with the Pandora. It will speed up over time.

It took me some hours to make those 11 units.
But that will change.

We will do it step by step.
But for these first units we might finish them today. We'll see ;)
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It is all highly inefficient and experimental at the moment.
Are you actually getting payed for your work? I mean is it worth your time?
 

netlinker

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No idea. At the moment it is all about optimizing things.
We're looking for bugs during the first produced parts and manually work around them.
It is like with the Pandora. It will speed up over time.

It took me some hours to make those 11 units.
But that will change.

We will do it step by step.
But for these first units we might finish them today. We'll see ;)
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It is all highly inefficient and experimental at the moment.
You may try to stop the time you need for each step and check if you can optimize the handling. I had a job assembling a few hundred units of something a while ago and even if it saves just 5 sec to put the screwdriver in another location so you can grab it faster ... 500*5 = 2500s = 41 min and 40 seconds, so optimizing is worth the effort, even if you would spend two full days doing it, it would easily pay back.
 
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