It is a challenge. These are Tier suppliers, not assembly facilities which require heavy orchestration and merge lines. A lot of it is facilitated by companies who have surplus/spare tooling, dies and webbing but no capacity to run them. Webbing lines and tooling for almost anything imaginable have many commonalities in regards to the presses, stranders, and equipment they run on. Plus the tooling is not too large so once it is installed in the presses/equipment (manually) they will not move again. No kind of quick change available. There are quite a lot of conveyance, gauging, and robotic work we will have to do to get the two lines up and running at an acceptable level. It will also be fairly labor intensive. Some of the tooling is of a previous revision but is still N-95 rated so not an issue (slight appearance difference) in light of the need. There are some aesthetic things that will not done as well.