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  1. Thanks @klineka for the review yes, I can customize this to any phone actually at this point, I have the designs for probably 95% of the smart phone market but it i dont, i can easily make the one you need
  2. this was a great study, one of the most thorough ive read yet Ive been leaving the pin in for every single putt this year and FINALLY after 50+ rounds had one bounce out the reason: it was a 20 footer, left to right breaker, and the pin was leaning 10-20 degrees to the left i need to pay more attention to the lean now on, and take out if its leaning towards the way the ball would go in
  3. I found this topic when I was searching for “most rounds of golf in a lifetime” I honestly might set the record for all time Im currently 35 years old, and for past 3 years ive averaged 300+ rounds per year, and I can keep that up for the rest of my life barring any major injury. I wont ever have kids, so I don’t need to worry about that Heres my exactly round total since 2006. I used to have the data before that but the hard drive crashed so I would have to estimate. In college, I also averaged 300+ rounds per year 2006 155 2007 180 2008 153 2009 188 2010 157 2011 211 2012 178 2013 197 2014 212 2015 237 2016 311 2017 304 2018 332 2019 31 So this total is 2846 I didn’t play golf at all before the age of 16 (1999), so my best guess to fill in the data would be 2000: 40 2001: 40 2002: 150 (started college) 2003: 250 2004: 300 2005: 300 What happened in 2006 was that I graduated and had to work a regular job. That sucked Now I work for myself and can do what I want again So grand total (estimated): 2846 + 1080 = 3926
  4. yes it would be better if it could rotate without taking off, but my goal with this was to keep it simple and as a result keep the price point down once you add more parts, the complexity and assembly time increase exponentially, and so the price has to go way up Pretzel had some good advice on it being able to be mounted sideways. See images for new model.. Going to start up the printer tonight and get it made
  5. yes, and most golfers i know already carry those alignment sticks, so it just attaches onto something you already carry. and it weighs like 2 ounces so if you carry your bag, you wont even notice the weight difference
  6. im going to add in clips so that the swing shot can be oriented horizontally as well ill post photos when i have it
  7. i appreciate the extra posts, but i do have 2 people at this time i need to send to you can still get one on ebay if you like
  8. also a good answer, ill send you one as well what phone model do you have? and i need your address as well and i like that idea of clips to all it to be mounted sideways, ill add that feature into the design. this is why i like asking people for feedback when i have an idea i always get ideas to improve that i didnt think of im in vegas for a week, ill make it and send next week when i get home
  9. good answer, ill send you one i will create a new version for each phone, although the same case will often cover quite a few models. I havent made one yet for the S8+ but almost all the major phones I have covered. Because of 3d printing, I can make a new version for each phone very inexpensively. please send me your address
  10. Looking for some feedback on a new invention of mine, so the best 2 responses on why you would be a good candidate will win a free sample The product is super simple, I call it the swing shot 2.0 (because I had a previous version) the case holds your phone to any standard alignment stick, so you can video your swing or if you just wanna take selfies 🙂 I made one for myself originally and use it almost every round I play and when Im on the range heres my ebay listing: swing shot 2.0 golf camera Selfie Stick Holder Alignment Rod Video Record Clip This case will hold your phone to any standard alignment stick at the perfect height for video recording your swing. Also perfect for many other purposes like selfies and group photos. I 3D print these specific to each phone so I...
  11. yeah im pretty close to you thanks for the feedback. I have a lot of other designs and offer custom ones too
  12. hey all, been a little while I have a new 3D printer that makes these golttags with more precision than was possible before I also have some new design. Ill attach 2 photos one is a Tiger Woods TW logo tag and the other is a dual tag to make the Deadpool logo im currently selling these on my etsy site here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/CADdesignhelp?ref=seller-platform-mcnav
  13. Bill and John, Thanks for the feedback. I will get some of these files as well so I can get the product sharper moving forward. For the sharp corners, making the image larger would definitely help. See this example of the number 23. Erick Attached is your 2nd tag. I contemplated just telling you that it couldn't be done, but I gave it my best effort and got this result. It definitely requires some artistic work after using it. Basically, to get the image like I did, I had to trace parts of the stencil but not all of it. So as seen, it is possible to make it but it is not easy and it is not something I would recommend trying to do on the first tee unless you have a long wait. I will ship your tags tomorrow.
  14. Hi Bill To address your concerns, yes unfortunately the 3D printing process can only make detail that is so precise. One of those things "it is what it is". One question though: did you use an ultrafine sharpie? This will give you the best results. The strength should be fine. When I developed the product, I found that if I made it thicker (originally it was twice as thick), then you could not get the pen on the ball. By making it thinner, it made it possible to get the pen on the ball. The clear coat I put on the part gives it strength. I've had 2 in my bag just placed in a pocket for months and neither has broken. I appreciate your feedback and will make improvements where possible (which is probably only the polymer, making sure I get it more evenly coated)
  15. Bill and John, your GolfTags will ship today will send you guys the tracking numbers Erick, finishing yours up and should ship tomorrow
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