Unless his e-commerce platform has an option for something like that already available, or he is willing to pay for a pluggin to accomplish this, he would have to make it himself, taking time and effort away from his value-producing work.
Check out the WooCommerce Attribute Stock plugin. I use that on my site and it works well to track the stock of parts used across product variations. It sets the stock level of each variation to the same as the part you have least stock of.
Ooooh! I just spent a few hours playing with the plug-in and this is the best plug-in ever!
Also, throughout my experiments I discovered that when defining product variations, I don’t need to be an idiot and have a variation for every single combination of attributes, but I can put things like “any cable length”, “any cable connector”, etc as long as the attribute doesn’t affect price, product picture or any other critical parameter. So I should be able to reduce my 56 assembled DAVEGA X product variations to 7. This, combined with the plug-in will be a ground-braking improvement to my stock management. Thanks again for the tip @Ricco.
Now I just to figure out how to transition to the new system without driving any customer trying to place their order crazy.
Then there’s a little bit of a misalignment since the profile of the bottom side of the angled baseplate is different from the profile of the top side (and the housing). It’s not too bad though.
Also, the adapter is not flush with the deck so it would be better to move the holes so that it sits lower. That’s unfortunately not so easy to achieve though. If moved by 2mm the top M3 holes get in the way of the truck bolts:
I dont have a kaly so I have no skin in the game, but I would say it’s better to have the option to use it without the angled baseplate. I use my DavegaX flat on the 30 degree tip of my Haero Bro, and I like it at that angle.