Another project I'm working on right now is a laser cut Multi-Pass kit. I made a few of these back in 2004. Hard to believe it has been that long. There is some interest from the collecting community to have a few more made, so I am on it.
I dug through my files today, and it stirred up some fun memories. Even better, I actually took some good notes back in the day, and I found a spreadsheet I put together that contained links to online suppliers of all the folks who provide different components of the kit. Included in that list was the laser cutter I used. I contacted them tonight, sent along my updated drawing, and have requested a quote.
If I recall correctly, their turn around time was very quick. So if I place an order, I would expect it to come back pretty fast. I think the long pole in the tent will be sourcing all of the different components that go into a kit.
I had actually intented to make a couple of changes to the kit, but now that I look at the above photo, I'm more convinced than ever that my original design was dead on. The center section needs to be a tad thicker, but that's it. I may also resize the circular part so that the dome more cleanly drops in. As is, you have to do a TINY bit of filing to get it to fit. This is due to the fact that the laser cuts a tiny bit of size off when it cuts, and it is not possible for me to account for that exact thickness.