I was mostly trying to indicate my desire for patience for a quality finished product...
Wait, was the logo plate actually a moulded part? If they were just machining them out of a sheet of material rather than casting them in a mould it would be entirely possible for them to be creating that part after the moulds had been shipped off to the other company.Yep. Someone here is clearly lying, and I totally dislike that.
I mean, you can always tell me that there's a delay because of some reason, but lying is absolutely unacceptable.
I'm happy once the moulds are with UniquePlast, as I'm personally directly in contact with them and with all productions I had, they never lied to me.
The transparent bit of the logo plate is (where the light is supposed to shine through).Wait, was the logo plate actually a moulded part?
Okay, I expect a Pyra when its done, or at least before ED goes bankrupt (which with his shop, day job and those of us who are somewhat addicted to buying vouchers for his shop shouldn't happen soon I think). I might also hope it happens before he's spent too much on development given I think he's paying Nikolaus and some others perhaps a wage, taking the profit out of any future pyra success.
You're right! Now I have to worry about trojan in my Pyra when it eventually comes out. May as well install windows on itI think you'll find the pyramids were mainly made by the Egyptians, a good few thousand years before the Greeks were civilised. The best things the greeks have built in history, if I'm remembering my legendary battles at all correctly, was a pretty damn big wooden horse, which at the very least they put on wheels and sent out to a foreign state, so international delivery is part of their oeuvre.
ED! Watch out for an army of daphnia in those Pyra cases when they arrive.Someone transparent could
Or they are economical with the lie. As there are more lies they are not telling yetSomething doesn't add up when ED's been told the moulds are on their way across Athens to their new home, yet the old plastics firm still ask if he wants a part made using them still. Unless I've misunderstood the situations, it seems someone is at least being economical with the truth.
ED! Watch out for an army of daphnia in those Pyra cases when they arrive.