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 Post subject: Flamespitter canister
PostPosted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 1:46 pm 
Bucket Boy
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What if you sold just the canister from the flamespitter? I believe it is the right size for a minifigure hand or any other type of clip. It could be a fun sci-fi element to add to a figure or a MOC. Seems like this would be pretty easy for you guys since the mold already exists.


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 Post subject: Re: Flamespitter canister
PostPosted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 2:15 pm 
Chief Smithy
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That's a neat idea, however......The flamespitter canister is not the correct size to fit into a minifig hand or a clip. The part would also have to be redesigned because it is molded with the flamesplitter and on a mold with approximately 11 different items, so we couldn't just take the canister and separate it. With the direction BrickForge is going, it would be easier and more beneficial to just make a new piece and place it on an appropriate mold :). I'm looking forward to the next round of Sci-fi elements from BrickForge and I'm betting there will be some really cool elements that will fill your needs.

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