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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.
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Old 10-05-2017, 10:25 PM
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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
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Old 10-06-2017, 04:48 PM
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Any Chance of a G-Line FD3 before the cold weather kicks in?
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Old 10-08-2017, 01:55 AM
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Glow D-line P2s are a thing. Release apparently on Monday.
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Old 10-08-2017, 06:26 PM
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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.
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Old 10-10-2017, 04:06 PM
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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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Old 10-10-2017, 04:45 PM
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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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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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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.

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Old 10-12-2017, 03:32 PM
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Thanks for the update on the P-Line MD3s.

How did they mold up?

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Old 10-13-2017, 11:48 AM
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“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?

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Old 10-13-2017, 12:57 PM
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“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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