Make enough to make it worth your while. Then start increasing the price to
discourage repeat abusers.



On Tue, Apr 10, 2018 at 12:24 PM, Chuck McCown <> wrote:

> Sigh.... to do another run or not.
> I gotta do 500 pcs to make it worth doing.
> *From:* Forrest Christian (List Account)
> *Sent:* Tuesday, April 10, 2018 1:21 PM
> *To:* af
> *Subject:* Re: [AFMUG] Cambium legacy case
> As far as I know, cambium is still shipping radios with that mount.  The
> very latest radios are a different style, but I'm not sure they're even
> available in some bands yet.  Someone who buys this stuff will need to
> confirm.
> Also, keep in mind that customers like to hold onto gear until it is well
> beyond obsolete.   A not insignificant chunk of my business comes from
> products which are being used to power and/or otherwise support what I
> would consider ancient radios.   As a result I still do backwards testing
> and occasionally end up digging an old radio out of the archives to do
> interoperability testing (see the 320 thread I started a few days
> ago).
> I know that the WISP I am involved with still has a healthy number of
> radios in that form factor in place.   I'm not sure if they're deploying
> any more or not.
> On Tue, Apr 10, 2018 at 1:04 PM, Chuck McCown <> wrote:
>> I am pretty sure I was told or heard that Cambium is transitioning
>> totally away from the old canopy style case.
>> That is why I have stopped to building my little plastic clip basic
>> mount.
>> I sent out EOL to distributors but I continue to get orders.
>> That form factor is a dead end, right?
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