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  1. While I think it's unlikely she got permission, they've been more open to licensing recently. The Dune board game is even back in print now.
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    Frostgrave

    As of April 29th they are still saying August.
  3. To add another one, it looks like stores are canceling preorders of Joan of Arc 1.5 and it will no longer have a retail release "due to circumstances beyond their control". I suspect that the legal problems that they were certain would be wrapped up in their favor in no time are dragging on and potentially not as solidly in their favor as they thought.
  4. It's pretty unlikely FedEx would pay anything on the claim even if CMON filed one. As far as they are concerned once it's marked delivered that's it. There have been rare occasions people have reported success, but they are exceptions and usually seem happen when a police report is filed.
  5. I'm wondering what the 32 bit board will do to delivery time. I got the impression that a lot of the production was already underway or done. If the board upgrade was as unplanned as it seemed I'd imagine that will push delivery back for the people who choose the option.
  6. The biggest issue with the Ender 3 is that thermal runaway protection is disabled by default (fire risk) and the board doesn't have a bootloader installed so turning it on is somewhat of a hassle.
  7. Looks like there is going to be a limited quantity early bird discount of $164 off whatever the price ends up being.
  8. One of the good things about Creality is that when they release something new and people start finding problems with it then tend to fix some of those problem is subsequent production runs. So people buying a printer a couple months after release might be getting a better printer than what someone else has. This is also one of the bad things about Creality, since there is a good chance if you're in the first batch of people getting a new design you're probably getting something flawed. There seems to be a lot of new features that haven't been consumer tested yet on this one.
  9. The price seems like too much for what it is, but at the same time with custom injection molded ABS with what's likely to be a pretty low production run I don't think it could be much cheaper.
  10. It's a Moman 96 led rechargeable panel with adjustable color temperature. I paid $30 for it. It's meant for photography and video work. A full charge would last about an hour I think if it were on 100% power, but that's a lot of light. For painting I use it at 5-10% power along with the ambient light and the battery lasts for hours. I do also use it for photography and no complaints for that use either.
  11. Yeah, cleanup is quick as long as you don't let a pile of paint start accumulating outside of it. A couple things to note if you wanted to do something similar; The cutting mat holds the paints in place when its close, if it's left off the paints can migrate to the shelves on the other side. Also if you look under the handle there are big washers. They stick out so that when it's close and you pick it up the handle is supporting some of the weight of the paint half rather than all of it being on the hinge and latches. Without them it was putting torque on the hinge.
  12. The shelves have a layer of sheet metal glued to them and everything from the minis to the soap has magnets on the bottom. No conventions, just local trips so at most it get carried in and out of my car. If I were to using it somewhere that I'd be carrying it around more I'd definitely want replace the pvc with something lighter. It would be easy enough to do.
  13. here you go. https://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/91303-portable-paint-case/&tab=comments#comment-1936830
  14. Pictures of my portable painting set up. It's pretty heavy with the pvc pipe and could be made much lighter with foam core or cardboard tubing.
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