I got an email yesterday that the mold was complete and ready to go. I setup a freight shipment for it today, but after double checking the photos he sent I'm a little concerned about their detail work on the small tri-corner detail walls.
They took the texture way down, it matches all our other board parts now (at least from what I can tell from the photos), and claim to have removed all of the undercuts so we'll just have to run test parts once the mold gets here and see how it goes.
I had coffee last week with one of the local Kickstarter creators, Elan TImmons. His first project the KeyZ is one of my favorite EDC products, and he's created another every-day carry gem called the PolyTool which complements it nicely.
It's just the right blend of functionality and unobtrusiveness. The main use I've found for it since is to make my keys easier to pull out of my pocket.
I wear fairly fitted pants usually, so it's nice to just pull up on the PolyTool instead of awkwardly digging around in my pants pocket.
(Note: Sometimes when I share Kickstarters which I think are cool, I get comments along the lines of "How dare you share other Kickstarters here, you spammy hack. I bet you got paid handsomely to shill this, no thank you, I'm not going to be fooled by your marketing trickery. *fetches pitchfork to throw at Bill"
l have NO financially affiliated role to the above Kickstarter nor to any Kickstarter I've ever shared. I have never received money for sharing Kickstarters I think are cool here. Ever. Ever, ever. I share them because I think they're awesome and because people who are creating and bringing new things into the world are deserving of support, and that's it. If I don't think it's awesome and worth supporting, I don't share it.)