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Anthony_G 09-18-2017 09:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Discmania_Support (Post 3222963)
These will need to be made. The first run version did not move very fast and some come back every time we make an order for more of them. I would say that all of which will be available again by the end of the year most likely but some of our latest projects have used up some valuable production time getting new molds made.

Is this in regards to the P3? Also, any talks about another S-Line run?

Jenga54 09-18-2017 10:22 PM

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Update for those non-social media types..

mgamache8 09-19-2017 06:25 AM

I'm saying glow md4 but idk what the letters say

Jenga54 09-19-2017 10:09 AM

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Originally Posted by mgamache8 (Post 3223144)
I'm saying glow md4 but idk what the letters say

Think bigger !

Anthony_G 09-19-2017 11:57 AM

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Originally Posted by Jenga54 (Post 3223213)
Think bigger !

Theres feathers in the graphic so I'm guessing something Bird. Which is weird because DM doesn't use bird in their names. I honestly don't know what they need in their line up so I'm lost with speculating.

Flick Maniac 09-19-2017 01:13 PM

I gotta think glow MD4 but the hangman has me thinking DOOM BIRD and nothing else.

But seriously. The Lizotte fundraiser glow MD4 is still waiting for a proper release and it will sell like hotcakes. They are doing so much for Eagle with the glow MD3s.

mgamache8 09-19-2017 02:23 PM

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Originally Posted by Jenga54 (Post 3223213)
Think bigger !

They don't have any new molds that were pdga approved but released yet though. (Unless the dd3 was repleased and I missed it, but I thought that was a 2018 release....)

InfiniteScoops 09-19-2017 04:59 PM

Are there any discmania glow putters? I love p2s but glow aviars seem to be the only available putting putter.

Flick Maniac 09-20-2017 12:52 AM

Doom Bird: http://www.discmania.net/2017/09/19/doom-bird/

Interesting, to have a new stamp for an already available fundraiser. They must have noticed the market for swirly FD3s and ran more.

I would love a DX color glow P1x or a P2!

Mocheez 09-22-2017 10:57 AM

What's going on with P-PD's? Are they still in production?

Quinntastic 09-23-2017 12:20 AM

Also would love glow P2 in some sort of p line blend


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Rikster 09-24-2017 05:08 AM

Is there any info regarding different runs of C-line TD's? I've had a couple of older gummy C-line TD's and I recently bought a new one which was way more OS than the older ones. Pretty much C-line PD stable. So I was wondering if my TD is some kind of 'freak' individual or is there certain runs that turned out more overstable?

Also I'd love to see more light blue/teal/aqua/turquoise discs. Especially in G-line and D-line.

DiscinFiend 09-24-2017 01:37 PM

Is the P-Line P1x ever going to be put into regular production? I would buy some but I don't want to hunt down replacements.

Flick Maniac 09-25-2017 03:35 AM

Stiff or soft? :)

Jenga54 09-25-2017 07:57 AM

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Originally Posted by Flick Maniac (Post 3225152)
Stiff or soft? :)

The only P P1x I had seen were the stiff P line. Maybe if Simon really likes them, they will run some more…

SD86 09-25-2017 03:55 PM

Still no word on S-line CD3s?

Dr.Smooth 09-29-2017 09:25 PM

how does the consumer consume fd3 s line. question mark. hungry.... for that sweet stamp in some swirl star.

Discmania_Support 10-02-2017 10:27 AM

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Originally Posted by Mocheez (Post 3224515)
What's going on with P-PD's? Are they still in production?

P-Line PD's are not in production at the moment and likely will not return. A great substitute for those would naturally be the G-PD. These will provide equal stability but offer more grip and durability. G-Line can be highly underrated at times but would make for a fantastic straight-flying PD.

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Originally Posted by InfiniteScoops (Post 3223440)
Are there any discmania glow putters? I love p2s but glow aviars seem to be the only available putting putter.

The only glow putters that have been made so far are the Color Glow C-Line P2. There may be a possibility for some new options in the future. Keep an eye out!!

Discmania_Support 10-02-2017 10:33 AM

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Originally Posted by Dr.Smooth (Post 3227311)
how does the consumer consume fd3 s line. question mark. hungry.... for that sweet stamp in some swirl star.

We will have some more Doom Birds available for everyone soon. Though the true S-Line FD3 will not be made any time soon, the swirl will return!

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Originally Posted by SD86 (Post 3225350)
Still no word on S-line CD3s?

S-CD3's are being made towards the end of the year and will be full production. These ones will be amazing and we are excited to hear what everyone thinks of them.

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Originally Posted by Jenga54 (Post 3225161)
The only P P1x I had seen were the stiff P line. Maybe if Simon really likes them, they will run some more…

There have been Soft P-Line P1x's briefly and also Stiff P-Line a couple of times. The stiff ones will be back.

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Originally Posted by DiscinFiend (Post 3225038)
Is the P-Line P1x ever going to be put into regular production? I would buy some but I don't want to hunt down replacements.

P-P1x will not be made into full production quite yet but will indeed return for sure. Should just be a matter of time. They are on the agenda.

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Originally Posted by Rikster (Post 3224993)
Is there any info regarding different runs of C-line TD's? I've had a couple of older gummy C-line TD's and I recently bought a new one which was way more OS than the older ones. Pretty much C-line PD stable. So I was wondering if my TD is some kind of 'freak' individual or is there certain runs that turned out more overstable?

Also I'd love to see more light blue/teal/aqua/turquoise discs. Especially in G-line and D-line.

Unfortunately there has been little info as to exactly which runs of the TD have been produced. As it has been overshadowed a bit by the PD and FD for "run-seeking maniacs" it has become more difficult to gauge exactly which is which for some of the other molds. The current C-Line and S-Line runs at the moment are very nice, however. The S-Line "Rush" stamped ones in particular offer exceptional grip.

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Originally Posted by Quinntastic (Post 3224744)
Also would love glow P2 in some sort of p line blend


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There is certainly a chance of that happening in the future :)

Jenga54 10-02-2017 05:01 PM

Love these Doom Birds. Great throwers

Jenga54 10-02-2017 05:03 PM

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Originally Posted by Dr.Smooth (Post 3227311)
how does the consumer consume fd3 s line. question mark. hungry.... for that sweet stamp in some swirl star.

Send me a PM, I have em!

Mocheez 10-02-2017 10:27 PM

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P-Line PD's are not in production at the moment and likely will not return. A great substitute for those would naturally be the G-PD. These will provide equal stability but offer more grip and durability. G-Line can be highly underrated at times but would make for a fantastic straight-flying PD.

https://www.dgcoursereview.com/forum...1&d=1506997534

smarkquart 10-02-2017 10:58 PM

I swear by the G-PDs, so you got at least one person who will keep a healthy stock of them. They pair nicely with the Cs. I originally bought the Cs to take over for my very inconsistent Thunderbirds - I have a magic Thunderbird, but I like to have 4-5 so I cycle through and evenly wear them in. There was no consistency from disc to disc, so I went back to the PD. The last time I tried them was when I got my hands on a pre-production C-PD. At the time I thought it was too beefy, so this time around I gave the S-PD a try, but I must have hit a freak batch because they were flippy out of the box. The new Cs are still a little too beefy for what I want in that slot, so as I wanted to wear them in, I gave the G-PD a try. They are exactly what I wanted from the beginning. Maybe sometime those Cs will get to where I want, but for me, the Gs are right on. Two aces and three metal hits in four months; I would say that I got them dialed in.

Mocheez 10-02-2017 11:06 PM

For me, the G Stars had nice high speed turn but then then they would dump out of the air unexpectedly. P-PDs have a forward fade and are perfect control drivers for 350 max d noodle arms.

Hea7hcliff 10-03-2017 04:44 AM

Is there any idea when d-line md3 will be released ?

Flick Maniac 10-03-2017 05:02 AM

Dude take it easy. The fact that something is not in production does not mean they have disappeared off the face of the earth. :)

News about S-CD3 release makes me a happy camper, have wanted one ever since the mystery box release. Too late in the season to really get much testing though but maybe it will make an early 2018 bag ;) (shameless plug for my vlog)


skizzle34 10-03-2017 09:22 AM

Some things we need in our lives that our pocket books may not agree with
#1 glow D line P2
#2 D line P3x
#3 Flat run of MD3s like the MD4s
#4 DD3...yes I know next year but still DD3

mgamache8 10-03-2017 10:55 AM

Are there any plans for flat color glow PDs?

Quinntastic 10-03-2017 02:48 PM

Biggest gap in the lineup is a mega beef OS putter, something like a harp that can be mashed on and beat to death.


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Flick Maniac 10-04-2017 03:48 AM

I agree. Make it fast enough and you dont need to make a mega OS mid either.

turniphead 10-05-2017 08:30 AM

Any word on beatable MD3s? I haven't been able to find a P-line anywhere in months, and even the S-Lines seem to be gone. There are some g-lines here and there but they're not my cup of tea.

Owensjef 10-05-2017 10:25 PM

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Originally Posted by turniphead (Post 3229150)
Any word on beatable MD3s? I haven't been able to find a P-line anywhere in months, and even the S-Lines seem to be gone. There are some g-lines here and there but they're not my cup of tea.

Couple people in the marketplace have a bunch to sell

41thirty 10-06-2017 04:48 PM

Any Chance of a G-Line FD3 before the cold weather kicks in?

Flick Maniac 10-08-2017 01:55 AM

Glow D-line P2s are a thing. Release apparently on Monday.

thursdaddy 10-08-2017 06:26 PM

Will there ever be another run of the Metal Flake FD's?

These things fly amazingly well. I haven't had the privilege to throw a 2nd run FD but the MF run seem fairly more stable than the recent C-Lines I have purchased.

Discmania_Support 10-10-2017 04:06 PM

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Originally Posted by Hea7hcliff (Post 3228155)
Is there any idea when d-line md3 will be released ?

Good question. No plans for the time being. The likelihood of even making an MD4 in D or P-Line is about the same as the MD3. They are certainly on the agenda but no real plans at this point. You can expect at least one of them to come out next year.

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Originally Posted by mgamache8 (Post 3228252)
Are there any plans for flat color glow PDs?

Not for the time being. We have a couple of cool glow and color glow projects coming up and the PD is not one of them quite yet.

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Originally Posted by Quinntastic (Post 3228380)
Biggest gap in the lineup is a mega beef OS putter, something like a harp that can be mashed on and beat to death.



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Always a good tool to have. We have some plans for new molds next year and you will just have to see exactly what that ends up being :)

Discmania_Support 10-10-2017 04:45 PM

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Originally Posted by thursdaddy (Post 3230395)
Will there ever be another run of the Metal Flake FD's?

These things fly amazingly well. I haven't had the privilege to throw a 2nd run FD but the MF run seem fairly more stable than the recent C-Lines I have purchased.

I am glad that you like your MF FD's! They turned out to be a bigger hit after all of the discs left the building. While the disc was for sale, it seemed that no one had any interest in them and took a long time to sell the entire stock. These discs will return but there are no plans to do so yet.

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Originally Posted by 41thirty (Post 3229879)
Any Chance of a G-Line FD3 before the cold weather kicks in?

This one has no plans at all unfortunately to be made in G-Line plastic.


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Originally Posted by turniphead (Post 3229150)
Any word on beatable MD3s? I haven't been able to find a P-line anywhere in months, and even the S-Lines seem to be gone. There are some g-lines here and there but they're not my cup of tea.

The P-Line MD3 is back! They just need to be stamped and we can let 'em loose. Give it about a week and we should be good to go.

jskew113 10-12-2017 03:32 PM

Thanks for the update on the P-Line MD3s.

How did they mold up?

mojorisin35 10-13-2017 11:48 AM

“The Second Run C-LINE FD is made in a very hard blend of C-LINE with much less dome”

Ok everybody is crazy for the 2nd run FD’s and I have not heard of anybody owning one who is not in love with them. So my question is why would you not re-run the FD in “very hard blend of C-LINE”. You must have the recipe for the “very hard blend of C-LINE”. Is the plastics in the recipe not available? Too many X-outs? Do they last too long thereby reducing the need to re-buy?

Seriously why no love?

Jenga54 10-13-2017 12:57 PM

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Originally Posted by mojorisin35 (Post 3232511)
“The Second Run C-LINE FD is made in a very hard blend of C-LINE with much less dome”

Ok everybody is crazy for the 2nd run FD’s and I have not heard of anybody owning one who is not in love with them. So my question is why would you not re-run the FD in “very hard blend of C-LINE”. You must have the recipe for the “very hard blend of C-LINE”. Is the plastics in the recipe not available? Too many X-outs? Do they last too long thereby reducing the need to re-buy?

Seriously why no love?

They were not only stiffer, but flatter and much more stable than any other run. it's just a fact of life that run to run they will have differences. this run was more different than most, turns out

tons of factors go into plastic injection molding - I've watched some interesting interviews with Dave Dunipace talking about plastics. even buying the same blend/type of plastic from the same vendors it will still vary from bag to bag of plastic.

There are environmental factors like the temperature and humidity of the shop too that will impact the final product


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