HS30-H Posted May 10, 2017 Share Posted May 10, 2017 This topic took an interesting turn As far as the Arizona Z/Kameari sump goes, I'd assume that they were made in the US and supplied to Kameari through AZ. This assumption is based on the usual arrangement whereby the original purchaser would submit his design and pay the caster for the mould etc which thereby would become his property. There can be lots more to it, eg the design can be copied, but I see no point in getting into a guessing game without more facts. So where did K.E.W. claim that the alloy sump was their own design/their own IP/their own product? As far as I'm aware they don't make any such claim. As for guessing games, that seems to be exactly what you are doing. So K.E.W. sell something that AZC also sell, but the K.E.W. retailed version doesn't have AZC's name on it, so it seems logical to me that this is a case of a legitimately sourced product (it's not like K.E.W. are machining off the AZC logo or anything) with money changing hands in the right direction. What's the problem? Isn't it just another cheap shot at a modest company that doesn't deserve it? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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