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Anonymous

We really appreciate the service and fulfillment of our past orders from the Proto-Parts store.

We have twice ordered the blank dice.
Also glad to see the expansion of all the listed designer friendly parts.

As a site observer I remember a few months back when the parts store was nothing but a forum thread.

Great job to whoever made the parts store concept a reality.

We salute you!

GoodNeighbor
www.goodneighborschannel.com

Anonymous
Thank you Proto-parts

is there a website for the Proto-Parts store?

thanks.

Brykovian
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Thank you Proto-parts

lol......thanks Brykovian.

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Thank you Proto-parts

Im looking to buy some easy-to-print-my-own-playing-cards templates - preferably Bridge-sized or smaller. And to make things harder, I would prefer to buy them in Denmark - but can order over the net if I have to.

Anyone know of a place where that is possible?

To keep this abit ontopic, has anyone had experience with the printable pokersized cards from Protoparts? Are the cards "good enough" and do they fit in regular printers?

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Radich wrote:
To keep this abit ontopic, has anyone had experience with the printable pokersized cards from Protoparts? Are the cards "good enough" and do they fit in regular printers?

They *do* work nicely in my HP inkjet, like other light cardstock papers (do-it-yourself business cards, etc.). They are "good enough for a prototype" when testing a new game out ... work very nicely for that exact thing.

However, I do not plan to use them for home production of any sellable games.

-Bryk

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