Originally Posted by schnitz
Right there are probably two of the most important lines in this whole thread as I've read it. In generalized terms, a high production volume (Hpv) takes time, and taking the time to make a near perfect product will simply take too long for a Hpv company to make enough money building. Cut one corner in production, then another, next thing you know quality falls way down, customers get ticked and stop buying crap products, and then the business falls by the wayside because of it's latest reputation. Am I right in how this cycle works?
In a while, Chet.
Yep, case in point...Gibbon Fiberglass