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Warning: Please note that the 3D printing materials we use for manufacturing the designs make the products suitable only for decorative purposes and they are not suited for any other purpose. The products are not suited to be used as toys, to be given to children. The products should not come in contact with electricity or food & drink and should be kept away from any heat sources.
...what is wrong with you?
I just broke a rib laughing. I blame you all.ow ow can't stop laughing ow
It's a thing of wonder, to be sure, but I'm gonna hold out for the sex toy version.
Maybe he can add a vibrating feature.You know. For the ladies.
Kradlum, I'm not sure what a Kickstarter project would accomplish. I mean, it's already available for purchase. There aren't any start-up costs involved.My main concern is about the high price tags, which are solely based on the cost of materials. How would Kickstarter alleviate that?
Kickstarter is not just about getting start up costs, it's also about getting the word out, finding a market and making people feel they are part of the project. With the different sizes/materials you've got a ready made rewards structure. But, as you say it's already available for purchase, which is why you need to think of an angle. It could be raising money to cover your costs/time designing a 2nd model, using the first model as the rewards so there is no pressure on you to actually produce the 2nd model. I don't know how much you make on each Shapeways sale and whether you can get a discount for ordering in bulk, and you'll have to take into account 5% Kickstarter costs and 5% Amazon payments costs, and take the time to get the word out on social media (and possibly take the risk that that someone in Muppet world will see it and complain).
I like the better rendering. But why not link to images of the actual 3d whatsit here, too?
Anything, when used creatively enough, can be a diddle device.
I have officially lost two friends today by overusing the term "shame tunnel."