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seedlings 11-24-2022 04:51 PM

That overproduction is the sign you made too much money Discmania, haha… I’ll bite on the DD1 in spite of your efforts. You know, since it’s Christmas and it’ll go under the budget radar…

dekdo 11-25-2022 12:09 AM

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Originally Posted by ray1970 (Post 3853278)
So, looks like the new DD1 is pretty much an orbit Grace. Also, their video was difficult to watch. I like B movies but this thing was cheesy.

I wonder if itís exactly the same as the grace or a new mold

Flick Maniac 11-25-2022 04:55 AM

Given that Echo DD3s or any other noticeably more understable versions of the DD3 sell like hotcakes, the new DD1 should be an instant bestseller.

Flick Maniac 11-25-2022 04:57 AM

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Originally Posted by dekdo (Post 3853359)
I wonder if itís exactly the same as the grace or a new mold

I am 99.9% sure they are doing their own thing, both plastic wise and mold wise. People are so quick to say Discmania Originals x = Lat64 Y

wolfhaley 11-25-2022 05:13 AM

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Originally Posted by Flick Maniac (Post 3853372)
I am 99.9% sure they are doing their own thing, both plastic wise and mold wise. People are so quick to say Discmania Originals x = Lat64 Y

What ever happened to the Discmania dude that posted on here? It's been awhile. It's kinda like the Heresay Discmania thread now, no?

wims 11-25-2022 05:42 AM

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Originally Posted by wolfhaley (Post 3853374)
What ever happened to the Discmania dude that posted on here? It's been awhile. It's kinda like the Heresay Discmania thread now, no?

He stopped posting after Jussi said he would step away from the limelight after his sex scandal. I'm speculating that Discmania_support was actually Jussi

dekdo 11-25-2022 08:36 AM

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Originally Posted by Flick Maniac (Post 3853372)
I am 99.9% sure they are doing their own thing, both plastic wise and mold wise. People are so quick to say Discmania Originals x = Lat64 Y

The plastic itself is definitely lat64

Supreme / royal grand / special blend s-line is the same.

seedlings 11-25-2022 11:38 AM

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Originally Posted by dekdo (Post 3853380)
The plastic itself is definitely lat64

Supreme / royal grand / special blend s-line is the same.

The special blend S-Line of the Cloudbreaker 3 is different from the Nordic Phenom / Grand. I donít remember where, but I heard the L64 new machines take new molds and thatís what the new discs (Royal line and rerelease Escape) take entirely new molds. (Like they canít take a Defender mold from an old machine and use it on a new machine.) When DM said all the new creator series will now be entirely separate molds, it makes me think they bought some of these new machines too. On the other machines they used their own blend for Cloudbreaker3?

Begin speculating with little evidence:
Discmania said they bought their own machines (presumably true), and they bought the exact same machines as L64. It seems to me like it took them a while to get new C-line Originals pumping out? Itís possible they were set on entirely different plastics Ö until the practicality of knowing L64 already worked out some nice blends was too tempting? Grand being among the best feeling new plasticsÖ business sense took over?

Alternate theory: Jussi demanded completely new plastics. With him out, Discmania (or parent company, wink), caved to known blends?

ian.w 11-27-2022 05:54 PM

Wait until it’s announced that discmania is owned by Lat64. It’s going to happen eventually. Discmania has never “made” a disc.

wims 11-27-2022 06:14 PM

The vast majority of disc golf companies have not made a disc. There's really only like 5-6 actual fabs, most of the companies are fabless. However, Discmania appears to have an actual disc factory that produces discs, unlike say Dynamic Discs or Millenium


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