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NEW PRODUCT lit roll-over drop target


By indypinhead

3 years ago



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#13 3 years ago
Quoted from indypinhead:

The drop target was cnc machined from Polycarbonate.

I don't own any games that could use these, but I love seeing properly machined parts instead of 3D printed ones. 3D printing is awesome for certain tasks, and especially rapid proto work, but it's just not really good enough for a lot of final products. So good for you.

#33 3 years ago
Quoted from Tmezel:

I agree that the 3d printing industry has made a disruption in machine shop industry. I do agree 3D printing does not work for all finished products, but I do have to tell you Aurich, we have done pretty well with number of final products people continue to be delighted with. A lot of our products would not exist if 3d printing was not available, alternatives can just be too expensive.

Don't get me wrong, 3D printing is very cool, and I have some of your 3D printed products on my games. But I'm just picky about the surface finish 3D printing can have, they're just not the same as machined parts.

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