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#1 posted 02-27-2021 12:48 PM

I had a guy do a CNC job for me and he said he was going to charge me for the bits (it was in the contract) because the bits were of a non-common specific profile.
when I picked up the project, I asked for the bits and he refused.
with the hackles raised on both of us, I said: YOU CHARGED ME FOR THEM – so he deducted the price of the bits and I was on my way – never to return to his shop again.
so – be careful how you word the contract – best if in writing and signed by both parties. (before the job is started).

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