Frunk/Froot for Kona

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Peter C in Canberra
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Re: Frunk/Froot for Kona

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Jarrad wrote: Sun, 20 Sep 2020, 07:30
Peter C in Canberra wrote: Sat, 19 Sep 2020, 15:47 ..Jarrad, would you like me to put you in touch with the other two Canberran Kona owners and leave the three of you to sort something out?
That'd be great, thanks Peter.

Sorry Patrick but it looks like there'll be a full order for Canberra. Hope some other Melbourne Kona owners step up:)
Jarrad, could you please send me a private message via this site with your contact details, phone and email and I'll put together an email to the three of you.

Edit: Nevermind. I just found your details and sent an email.
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Re: Frunk/Froot for Kona

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brendon_m wrote: Sat, 19 Sep 2020, 17:49 I don't know about where you are but the local libraries near me have 3d printers and you can go there with a usb and they will print stuff for you. Its dirt cheap as well, basically just the cost of the filament.
Thanks for the tip!
It turns out that there is a 3D printer in the public library in Launceston. Sounds like I'd be able to use it if I figure out how to use it.
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Re: Frunk/Froot for Kona

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Sorry Patrick but it looks like there'll be a full order for Canberra. Hope some other Melbourne Kona owners step up:)
Not a problem at all. I’ve been thinking about it for 6 months and still haven’t done it...

And yes, if anyone in Melbourne is interested, please let me know. I might eventually order on my own. Not sure. Many other fish to fry.
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Re: Frunk/Froot for Kona

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Are there any other Canberra Kona owners interested in sharing postage on a Frunk from Austria? as I'm planning on putting in an order soon.
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@PeterL I can think of someone. I'll ask.
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Peter, I found someone. I've sent you a PM.
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Re: Frunk/Froot for Kona

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HI,
Just wondering if you have received your Frunk/Froot yet? Interested to know how your installation went and what you think of them now that you have them. I am thinking of placing a WA order.
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Re: Frunk/Froot for Kona

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I’m away from home at present but don’t think that they’ve arrived in my absence. Back in a few days so I’ll check, but from other accounts I’m assuming(hoping) that it’s pretty straightforward.
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