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So to start saving for the Nintendo Switch, I'm starting to sell the 3D printed versions of my mask. If anyone's interested, I'd say $100, (CAD) sounds fair. It seems some people on other sites are a little perturbed by the price, so let me just be perfectly up front here: In USD, I'm only making a $30 profit off of any one sale. The base price for printing and labour is $50. So it's not as if I'm just inflating the price for the sake of doing so. The mask was made with my own facial profile in mind, however it should fit anyone else all the same. NOTE: While the mask is now available in other materials, I only know for certain that it prints well in WS&F. I have used Shapeways' automatic wall thickness tool to allow it to pass for other materials, but I do not know how well it works. Unless you're willing to prototype, just order WS&F. I take no responsibility for any flaws in print quality if ordered in other materials. https://www.shapeways.com/product/4KQHLQ68U/kanohi-vahi
Hero Factory introduced really cool mini-fig sized (well, generally, they were a little taller, though appropriately so) heroes. LEGO has made these for Bionicle in the past, and I think we all know how those looked. But "Invasion From Below" shows that LEGO is still (at least partially) open to constraction sets in mini-fig scale. So since Bionicle is probably coming back in 2015, do you think LEGO would try making play sets for Bionicle on the mini-fig scale again? If so, do you think they would use system bricks and plates for them like they did before or try using technic like they did for "Invasion from Below" (I personally hope they would use technic, I don't know what it is but there's just something so wrong about seeing system and Bionicle together...). I don't think it's an outright bad idea, but it would largely depend on how they're made. A bad set is a bad set, whether or not the concept it good. So... yeah, what do you fellas think?