4)We will contact you for more info A PurelyCustom.com team member will discuss with you all the aspects of getting your part(s) made. This discussion will provide us with the additional information we’ll need to move forward on your project. Once we understand and agree on exactly what you are looking for, we can then estimate the cost and timeframe of the project. We offer a few different finishing processes, including polishing, anodizing, and chrome plating. This information will be added to your modification drawing when requested.
5) Creating a prototype Upon your acceptance of the estimate our staff will program this information into our computers for manufacturing. When a representative model has been programmed we will e-mail or mail a drawing to you. We will then work together to develop that drawing into exactly what you want. After completion of the drawing we will send the information to our machining group to manufacture a sample part made out of high-density foam. We will ship the foam model to you for final approval of look and fit.
6) Posting photos onlineDuring the manufacturing process we will post pictures for you to view on a private page in the Customer Log-In section on our web site. Once we receive your order we will email you the User Name and Password necessary to enter the Customer Log-In section.
7) Completion and shipping of your part Upon receiving your final approval we will manufacture your part(s) out of the material you have requested (aluminum, steel, plastic, etc.). Once your project is complete the part(s) will be shipped to you in protective containers.
8) Additional parts, hats, t-shirts, jackets, etc Your project will be kept on file and we will be able to reproduce the same parts for only the manufacturing price. All graphic designs that we have on file for you can be engraved or stamped on additional parts (if feasible). We can also put these designs on apparel for you (i.e. shirts, hats, jackets, etc.). Set up charges may apply. Unless you decide to change design there will not be a programming charge to use a previously programmed design on another part.