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post #71 of 73 (permalink) Old 07-31-2011, 02:12 AM
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Do you guys plan on doing custom designs on the topsheets out of curiosity (for like, a one off or something of that nature)? I've met a couple of companies that do it (including one I'm ordering from this winter), but most of the snowboarding world seems to stay away from it besides Revolution.
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@EchelonSnow

Do you guys plan on doing custom designs on the topsheets out of curiosity (for like, a one off or something of that nature)? I've met a couple of companies that do it (including one I'm ordering from this winter), but most of the snowboarding world seems to stay away from it besides Revolution.
No, you have to basically run your own presses, and have very small volumes, etc. to do that. Large-scale manufacturers will only do small runs during the samples stage, other times there are minimum order counts.

We're looking into our own presses for prototyping, but that's all - otherwise, the big guys rankly do it better, and in the numbers we'll need.
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No, you have to basically run your own presses, and have very small volumes, etc. to do that. Large-scale manufacturers will only do small runs during the samples stage, other times there are minimum order counts.

We're looking into our own presses for prototyping, but that's all - otherwise, the big guys rankly do it better, and in the numbers we'll need.
Yeah, I gotcha man. I figured it was a pain in the ass since most companies stay far away from it.

On a side note, it's nice to get refreshingly straightforward answers from someone in the industry. Thanks a lot bro
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