Well, if you did follow the newsposts, then you should know that we just moved the molds end of January because the old company clearly was not able to fix the issues (they didn't really do much within the last 1.5 years).1.5 years on the case and it is still not perfect. I keep asking because we keep going down this road....
At what point do you just proceed as is? There will always be some new fix or thing to try which may not fix the issue.
I did follow that. My concern is this is following the same path that cost 1.5 years with no hard cutoffs and continual modification.Well, if you did follow the newsposts, then you should know that we just moved the molds end of January because the old company clearly was not able to fix the issues (they didn't really do much within the last 1.5 years).
The new company had to finish a different job first and just started to check and work on the molds 1.5 weeks ago. They have already tried more things than the other company within the last 1.5 years and newly produced cases with different materials are on the way to me.
They're looking into fixing the mold at the same time as trying to find colors and materials that minimize the shrinking and hide the issues.
So give them at least a bit of time
BTW: Only one mold is affected by that issue, the others are fine.
That is no longer an issue...and wasn't an issue. The new company said "we can improve it." Just wait there will be more changes.Getting the shoulder buttons to function properly was/is not superficial.
I would agree if i were new to this... But I'm not and half a decade + is a long time. I have moved twice, got married and had a kid, and still no pyra from preorderingI'd say, it is done, when it is done. The new company is a huge improvement in my oppinion.
They delivered prototypes within no time for a rather small Job, which is quite unusual and a really good sign.
This doesn't mean I don't like my Pyra yesterday ... Android is really killing my last sense of humor.
I guess the copper anodes are either for electro polishing or eroding.
Eroding is quite common when you have to work on really hard stuff, and Molds should be really hard to not wear.