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Old 12-06-2005, 06:00 AM
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Im marketing/selling my range of dedicated multiway locking servo connectors here in the UK but i want to try to market them in the US.

Which is the best way to go about it? Since alot of modelers dont have PC's
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Old 12-06-2005, 06:28 AM
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ORIGINAL: djashjones

Im marketing/selling my range of dedicated multiway locking servo connectors here in the UK but i want to try to market them in the US.

Which is the best way to go about it? Since alot of modelers dont have PC's
That may be true elsewhere, but with our 150 member club there is only one I know of with out email and internet access.

How about a picture and description here so we can take a look at your product?
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Old 12-06-2005, 06:43 AM
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Thats a pic of a 2, 6 & 9 way connectors. I do other ways as well including a 3 way of course.



Thats a better pic of the 3 way locked but i had to include my test pic



they are called ASHLOK Connectors.

Im building a majestic at the moment and it has a 6 way version coming out of the wing. So theres mistake of my having my alerons connected the wrong way round and more important connection failure!
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Very interesting concept here and I would be interested for sure in the three way type. Will they be available with at least HD 22ga twisted wire and gold plated contacts? I have been using the newer Hitec HD twisted wire extensions lately with great results. Something else to think about, will you offer these in the various manufacturers wire color codes and connector types?
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Very nice connectors.

Are you selling complete cable assemblies or parts?

Is a special crimping tool needed to fasten the ends on the wires?

Are the metal parts from a known supplier like Berg/Amphenol or your own brand?

I just have questions.

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I've recently become vat registered so i dont have to charge customers outside the UK & EU VAT. So in effect you will get a 17.5% discount

As for cable. All my cable is heavy duty. Just Which type would you like? Flat, twisted or silicone?

The crimp tool is my best seller because its a proper ratchet type like the ones from amp, molex etc and alot less.

my shop is here www.ashtekelectronics.com/store so have a look around. if you have any questions then please ask[8D]
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