valetutto wrote:Thanks for the update.
The folds are certainly a concern for us. We tested a few and were able to smooth them out as well as any other map but I think you're right, the thinner paper might smooth out easier, I'll certainly test that. Ideally I'd prefer to ship all maps rolled so folding isn't an issue but its just too expensive to buy and ship using the tubes without passing that cost on to the consumer.
j0lt wrote:If you were to go the other way and do super high quality maps, you could go with a folding boardgame style. Of course, those would be prohibitively expensive...
I've got a few thicker ones, and when you fold them, they don't lie flat anymore.
Also, the rolled maps take a little longer to unroll the first time -- if you're pulling them straight out of the tube, they want to curl up when you put them on the table. Folding might not be perfect, but on balance it's probably the best approach.
Po-Guay Maaku wrote:maps purchased... at least attempted at any rate. I am guessing its a little early to expect an email for the file transfers?
the service now says sold out, I am fairly positive the transaction went through. I know that I ordered 6 maps at once (it was alot of work for me as well... still not happy with the slap job I did on them due to timing constraints though; but that's my fault not yours ), could it be possible to confirm the transaction at your earliest convenience?
thank you very much
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