Quick update on the project:
- I have completed the preliminary schedule for the remaining Key West deliveries. We will start updating the system after we contact some stragglers.
- A new delivery of the white/gilt and black/gilt dials have arrived. We still need to do the QC.
2017-01-26 (3:24 pm) Addendum:
- As noted in the ordering emails you are free to change your order up until your order reaches “3.0 Build in Process”. However please note that given that the supply of parts may be tight for some models and in fairness to the other customers, any order change request will be subject to the availability of parts. If the supply is tight for a particular model we may have to push any orders for customers that make changes to their orders to the back of the queue to ensure there are enough parts available. If we for any reason we can’t accommodate your order change we will deliver based on the original order. So the cut-off “date” for this policy to go into effect will be when the scheduling has been completed. We will do our best to be as accommodating as possible and will only invoke this policy as required.
2017-03-20 (Clarification): Please note that this post is meant to be read in context with the following post from 2016-09-13 where it notes:
“Scheduling: I have been waiting to make a big announcement about publishing the entire delivery schedule but based on the last few months’ of work any projections more than a few weeks into the future will not prove to be terribly accurate. The reason for this is that the dials are quite difficult to work with and this leads to a higher level of re-work than with standard painted dials. What we will do is publish dates for those customers where shipment is expected within a 2-4 week window. For everyone else we will report on the Group # that we are working at the moment and provide a rough projection as to when the next Group # will be begun. That should allow me to provide more updates without having to spend a lot of time revising specific ship dates with all of the orders.”