Sunday, May 10, 2015

Relic XR Update: CNC Milling and Drilling

Since our last update, our manufacturing partners have been milling and drilling out all the raw aluminum parts for Relic XR:












Once all the parts are ready, the next step is Type-III hard-anodizing in black which will take several more days to complete and dry.
After anodization, the Relic XRs will be hand assembled and tested one by one to ensure that your ZeroHour meets our high quality standards.
Finally, each Relic XR will be retail-packaged and prepared for one big shipment to our warehouse in Orange County, where our team will send all shipments on to our Kickstarter backers and pre-order customers.
Our factory is scheduled to airship the first batch of Relic XRs to our warehouse at the end of May. We look forward to receiving Relic XR soon, and we’ll continue to keep you updated!
Thank you,
Amy & Aaron

1 comment:

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