Sunday, September 23, 2012

"Sunday Jibber Jabbering"

Hello,
Just thought I'd take a moment, and give you all an update.
The Cube series has been fun, and there are a bunch out there now in many variations, so it will be some time before any future runs.
Lanterns, well I've produced a ton of these as well, but will sneak some more in as time permits.
I'm going to start the production run of the Titanium Beverage Imbibing Accessory next. I'm hoping 50 to 60 pieces will be enough to sate everyone's desire.
I am still planning a Friction Folder knife, but just haven't had the time to start them yet. Projects with moving pieces, and several parts involved are ones you start, and don't stop until they are done. I'm just waiting for a block of time to open up to get it going.
Lastly, I have my "List" of  JMA ideas with several new things to prototype that have yet to be mentioned.
Thank you all for the support, and kind comments.
Kenn

6 comments:

eman said...

Kenn,
not that you don't have enough ideas...How about a quality well made gear keeper...instead of plastic housing, a nice ti or bronze or aluminum housing?

thank you for considering

John

eman said...

Kenn,

for the popular item this wll become, I recommend a larger production run of the Titanium Beverage Imbibing Accessory...

I am going by the numbers of your SUS's....

thank you

John

Kenn Jordan Jr. said...

John,
Gear keeper?
What kinda like my old Encapsulators?
As for the TiBIA, I'll do the 50 to 60 for the 1st. run, and can always revisit them down the road.
Trying to find the magic number of items to make has been an enigma as of late....lol

Laurie said...

Fingers crossed for a friction folder.
Thanks for all your great work Kenn

David Kraus said...

Kenn,

Have you done a TBIA before? Just wondering if this cryptic description is something new or something you are revisiting. I could not find any other reference to it.

Kenn Jordan Jr. said...

David,
I haven't made any TiBIA's yet. What I did make were the CuTecals out of Copper which are the prototype for the TiBIA. http://jordanmetalart.blogspot.com/2012/08/sus-cutecal-bottle-openers.html