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    Quote Originally Posted by Astigmatisme View Post
    Can you tell me what price i should go for for each tool?
    I too have no idea but I'm pretty sure there's a break-even point somewhere there. I'm also lazy to do the maths so yeah.
    Doing surgery is a lot more fun and also has a chance for high profit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GRRM View Post
    I too have no idea but I'm pretty sure there's a break-even point somewhere there. I'm also lazy to do the maths so yeah.
    Doing surgery is a lot more fun and also has a chance for high profit.
    I did some coding and ran the math

    It's almost impossible to make a profit from autoclaving

    The only reasonable way i found on getting profit is by buying tools that's sold one more than what growstocks.com currently lists (e.g. if growstocks lists 18/1, you buy them for 19/1, etc.). This is quite a challenge do to, since most worlds (spammed or genuine) sells tools for lower than what growstocks.com lists. Furthermore, you must sell the tools at 5/3 (10/6 or 200/120), else you won't get any profit.

    I only did a short observation and my code wasn't very optimized. If you have extra data i could take into consideration, let me know

    Here's the code i wrote :
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    I don’t think autoclave is as profitable as it used to tbh, since the prices for every tool dropped alot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bardes View Post
    I don’t think autoclave is as profitable as it used to tbh, since the prices for every tool dropped alot.
    Because people abused it, that's why stitches dropped.
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    Cor people who are saying it's not profitable anymore, I have more than 3 DLS atm from 60+ WLS and wanna do more autoclaving.
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    if you found a method and u share it, its days of profitability are numbered. i'd rather farm but ig u can still milk it while it's still alive
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    Quote Originally Posted by PicksterHD View Post
    Cor people who are saying it's not profitable anymore, I have more than 3 DLS atm from 60+ WLS and wanna do more autoclaving.
    I tested out with 1836 pins (18/WL = 102 WLs) and I didn't get 200 stitches.
    Sorry mate but I'm pretty sure you've got the wrong maths...
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    Quote Originally Posted by GRRM View Post
    I tested out with 1836 pins (18/WL = 102 WLs) and I didn't get 200 stitches.
    Sorry mate but I'm pretty sure you've got the wrong maths...
    You just bought them expensive, nothing is wrong with my math
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    Quote Originally Posted by PicksterHD View Post
    You just bought them expensive, nothing is wrong with my math
    I did 18/WL out of curiosity. Also, 18/WL is not expensive, it's the normal price and no one's willing to sell any cheaper than 19/WL. Even if by chance I bought them for 25-30/WL, my 1 DL investment would never get to 3 DLs that fast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GRRM View Post
    I did 18/WL out of curiosity. Also, 18/WL is not expensive, it's the normal price and no one's willing to sell any cheaper than 19/WL. Even if by chance I bought them for 25-30/WL, my 1 DL investment would never get to 3 DLs that fast.
    op said you need to buy toosl 20+/1 you bought 18/1 which is wrong on your part
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nesqwik View Post
    op said you need to buy toosl 20+/1 you bought 18/1 which is wrong on your part
    1. OP didn't say that, I did (with some basic calculation).
    2. Finding sellers with 25-30/WL price is quite impossible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GRRM View Post
    I tested out with 1836 pins (18/WL = 102 WLs) and I didn't get 200 stitches.
    Sorry mate but I'm pretty sure you've got the wrong maths...
    Quote Originally Posted by GRRM View Post
    1. OP didn't say that, I did (with some basic calculation).
    2. Finding sellers with 25-30/WL price is quite impossible.
    i did a few more simulations, and turns out you can only profit by buying tools for 20/1 or higher.

    By buying clamps for 20/1, 1 DL is enough to give you 204 stitches, which you can sell for 105 WLs, a 5 WL profit.

    Pretty bad, considering that it's extremely hard to find tools 20/1 or higher

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