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Is price based on volume of material used? [message #961] Thu, 21 August 2008 18:28 UTC Go to next message
avatar InvisibleJon  is currently offline InvisibleJon
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Greetings All,

I'm an independent board and card game designer. I found out about y'all from a thread on the Board Game Designers Forum ( http://www.bgdf.com/ ). I'm working on a game that would use a bunch of hollow, flat-ish cones about 3.8 cm in diameter and 1.25 cm high with relatively thin walls. (Imagine a very small ice cream cone that's squashed so the tip is very close to the mouth of the cone.)

Does that count as 14.25 cubic cm of material (the volume of the smallest cube that could enclose the hollow cone), or am I only charged for the material used in the cone itself?

Best Regards,

Jonathan Leistiko
http://www.invisible-city.com/play/
Re: Is price based on volume of material used? [message #962 is a reply to message #961 ] Thu, 21 August 2008 20:49 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
avatar robert  is currently offline robert
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Hi Jonathan!

We only charge for the volume of the model itself and not the bounding box.

Best regards,

Robert
Re: Is price based on volume of material used? [message #963 is a reply to message #962 ] Thu, 21 August 2008 21:06 UTC Go to previous message
avatar InvisibleJon  is currently offline InvisibleJon
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That makes sense. Thank you for the rapid reply.

 
   
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