Didn't see this posted - sorry if this is a double post but I'm excited. Frankly I'm very impressed by what I'm seeing in this article. Still no price but man, I might be in on this if machines start delivering (ie - no preorder from this guy, but for the record it doesn't seem like they are taking them anyway)
With all this work going into designing and manufacturing the multiple parts, does the team have the facilities to complete the final stage, which has caused problem for several other startups, and actually build the game?
The answer is 'no', but they have teamed up with people who have.
Jurgen told us, "Production is something which should not be underestimated. It’s a great challenge to develop the prototype, but the challenge to produce the machine in greater numbers in a cost-effective manner while ensuring high quality is at least as big a challenge. We can’t share all the details yet, but production and assembly will be done by a competent partner who has all the facilities, resources and experience needed to undertake such a complex operation."
Bets on Heighway? Being European, and now producing Full Throttle as a widebody machine, it seems like a great fit.