Bailey bridge production run

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I would also be interested

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I am interested.
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I would be interested

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I am a firm order for three spans if you do these.

I'd also get a couple of Czech Hedgehogs at the same time.

Thanks and cheers!

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I'd be interested in ordering a 3 span double with a ramp at each each end, and I'd be happy to source wood locally rather than have it shipped internationally.

Looking at the main photo on the shop page, for my purposes the illustrated kit would need to be supplemented with 1 extra span of deck including 2 extra side panels plus 6 extra side panels to double it up.

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I‘m also interested in the bridge preferable with ramps both sides harryfriede@web.de

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Good news - fabrication of the Bailey Bridge parts has started.
There is a lot of bending to get through, so we expect production to be completed in around 8 to 10 weeks.
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Excellent News 8) ,

playing "bridge" the last cold month I'm looking forward to set the extension order, great !

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Armortek wrote:
Tue Feb 06, 2024 10:20 pm
Good news - fabrication of the Bailey Bridge parts has started.
There is a lot of bending to get through, so we expect production to be completed in around 8 to 10 weeks.

So are we on a list? Or first come first-served?

BTW, I can also source wood in USA to facilitate shipping if that helps! I actually have some wood specially set aside for my bridge.

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Robert Reid wrote:
Wed Feb 07, 2024 9:00 pm

So are we on a list? Or first come first-served?
Everyone who initially responded to this post and who sent us an email is ‘on the list’.
We will have a few extra after that so it will then be on a first come first served basis until stocks run out.

EDITED: Juts to be clearer ... everyone who had contacted between Aug last year and the 6th of Feb is on the list and we will reach out to you in early March to confirm the order.
For everyone else, it is on a first come first served whilst the bridges are in stock. Stocks will be very limited.
A reminder that the bridges will not come with wood but we will provide the dimensions of the wood.
Pricing will be set once we have ordered the final laser cut parts - probably in a week or two.
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Armortek wrote:
Fri Feb 09, 2024 8:35 am
Robert Reid wrote:
Wed Feb 07, 2024 9:00 pm

So are we on a list? Or first come first-served?
Everyone who initially responded to this post and who sent us an email is ‘on the list’.
We will have a few extra after that so it will then be on a first come first served basis until stocks run out.

EDITED: Juts to be clearer ... everyone who had contacted between Aug last year and the 6th of Feb is on the list and we will reach out to you in early March to confirm the order.
For everyone else, it is on a first come first served whilst the bridges are in stock. Stocks will be very limited.
A reminder that the bridges will not come with wood but we will provide the dimensions of the wood.
Pricing will be set once we have ordered the final laser cut parts - probably in a week or two.

Perfect and thanks, Kian!

Cheers!

RPR

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Hi Kian and Monique

I know things have been a bit crazy for you lately but I was wondering if there is any news on how the Bailey Bridge production run is going.

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Re: Bailey bridge production run

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We have all the parts bent now. But we will not start packing until after the open day I think - too much to get through before then
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