Having reviewed the situation regarding the difference in appearance of some scenic sets that was identified yesterday, I can now confirm the following.
The re-mastered wave 1 scenery sets (Nuka Cola Machines, Heavy Consoles, Terminals, Vault Tec Cases, Radioactive Barrels) were moved from our current production factory that makes the gaming figures to our new in house casting facility.
This was to allow us to increase production and reduce the costs of production on scenic items. This lead to us bringing the products back into stock and also allowed for a price drop on all the wave 1 scenic sets.
On discussion with our in house team, I have identified that two sets, the Heavy Consoles and the Nuka Cola Machines had new 3D prints created for mastering. These were done on a Form 2 machine.
As was identified yesterday, there is a difference in of some detail as a result.
Below are some shots of the studio paint jobs of the casts of the remastered wave 1 sets, which were from the same production run as was shown in the photo taken by a customer yesterday. We feel the quality of the scenery is of an acceptable standard to sell.
If customers do not feel these two sets (again, to reinforce its only the Nuka Cola Machines and the Heavy Consoles that were reprinted on the Form 2) then we advise they do not purchase them. The new run of the Scenic Starter set also contains the remastered pieces that will match the detail seen.
We are always striving for higher quality and since mastering these sets have upgraded to a new 3D printer that has been used for the entire wave 3 and 4 mastering process.
Hopefully this reassures everyone that we are always looking to ensure the best possible quality and that we do constantly upgrade our kit to get ever better results, but if you are unhappy with the quality or just need to ask questions, please do contact email@example.com
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