I had another decent week. I hope you can say the same. If you have a moment, I’ll share the details of this week.
M10/ACHILLES PRE-ORDERS — INSTRUCTION SHEETS
The M10/Achilles kits have all shipped. I am working on the instruction sheets now. I hate this part, but I’m pushing forward on it. I will post them as soon as I have them ready. Until then, look for pictures of the demo build on the TMD FaceBook page.
As of this moment, I have no open orders in the shop and only one customer service issue. I am currently working on those M8 parts now (you know who you are 😉 ).
If you have not been listening to the ‘news,’ then you might not know that the entire U.S. Postal System is slow right now. I won’t bother guessing why this is, I just know that it is true — no matter what the Post Master says. So, like I said before, get used to slow shipping times. They are going to be with us for a while.
I have 1 new release this week. By the end of the day, you will be able to buy Karl’s new M4A1 small hull hatch composite upper hull. I’ll have more new goodies for you on the 28th, but not before then.
Next week, I plan to set aside a couple days to post the last of my 1/48 aircraft kits and accessories, as well as some 125+ decal sheets on EBay. I will also start listing the first of my aircraft library. I have over 750 books to sell off. So, when this starts, I will post — in case some of you like wingy-things.
ON THE BENCH
Currently, I am in a bit of a slump, but I do have the M10/Achilles kits and the German armored cars on the master bench.
KARL VAN SWEDEN
I haven’t spoken to Karl for a while. I am planning to call him sometime today. If there is anything interesting on the Karl front, I’ll either update this post or write a special post to share it.
The shop is an absolute wreck and I hope to use part of today to start putting it back in order again.
The office is also a mess.
THAT IS ALL
OK, that’s all I have for now. So, until next time, please stay safe and take care of your loved ones. If you can, try to build something (preferably something using TMD resin).