"defect proof" unibody manufacturing process

Discussion in 'MacBook' started by Beanlok, Dec 1, 2008.

  1. Beanlok macrumors regular

    Beanlok

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    I like how they said the manufacturing process for the new glassbooks would be virtually error proof. And it doesn't seem to be. I've read about several issues that directly relate to the aluminum casing. I have a 2.0 ghz glassbook and I love it. I just thought this would be an interesting topic for conversation:)
     
  2. synth3tik macrumors 68040

    synth3tik

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    I am sure the defects (scratches, dents, etc) happen after the fabrication of the casing.
     
  3. Beanlok thread starter macrumors regular

    Beanlok

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    Im not talking about cosmetic damage (scratches dents etc) I'm refering to the crooked key issues the crooked body issues trackpad "loose" issues and the batery/hdd cover panel issues
     
  4. Pixellated macrumors 65816

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    I find it interesting that none of the stuff you mentioned has anything to do with the laser cutting process. It is all post fabrication stuff. (touchpad, covers etc...)
     
  5. eddy808 macrumors newbie

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    doesn't a warped body come from the fabrication process
     
  6. mgpg89 macrumors 6502a

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    I haven't come across any Unibody MacBooks/Pros with warped bodies ... have you?
     

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