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Quad-fold Game Boards

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PiGuy
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I am looking at producing some quad-fold game boards for prototyping, preferably 18 x 18 or 24 x 24 inches.

Can most large print shops handle a job like this, or is this more specialty work that only a few companies actually produce? If anyone can suggest a company which can print a small run at competitive prices, with good quality and customer service, I would appreciate it.

Thanks,

Mark Bates
mark@sovereignchess.com

kos
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Quad-fold Game Boards

TheGameCrafter produces print-on-demand quad fold boards which are good for prototyping and small print runs. They are 18 x 18 inches (only 1 size available) and cost $10 each (+ packaging, freight, etc, so it will be more than that in total).
https://community.thegamecrafter.com/publish/templates/game-boards

I haven't actually printed a quad-fold from TGC, but I've printed lots of other components from them and I'm happy with their quality and customer service.

Regards,
kos

PiGuy
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Thanks...but

Thanks, Kos, for this suggestion. I had actually tried The Game Crafter, but after some issues with the templates on their website, I found their customer service to be rather lacking. I was trying to avoid specifically calling them out in my first post, but I was hoping there would be other options out there.

Thanks again,

Mark

MondaysHero
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Print and Play Productions

I have not yet used these guys yet, but they are worth looking into. He told me he only has a 1 week turn around time. http://printplaygames.com/

The Game Crafter
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We'll Make It Right

I'm sorry you had a bad experience with us. I'd like the opportunity to make it right. Please contact me at jt at the game crafter dot com, and I'll do whatever I can to make it right.

PiGuy
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Game Crafter Save

Just to let everyone know that JT and his crew came through to resolve my issues, and produced a great Sovereign Chess board!

Thanks!

Mark Bates
Sovereign Chess

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