Yes, but they have a mold for 1-pointers...
The problem with 0-pointers made on a band saw is they need to be cut from the same size piece to begin with, otherwise you'll end up with differently shaped 0-pointers because the 1, 2, and 3 pointers all meet at different angles.
This is fine if you're going to cut down 3-pointers to make one pointers, but becomes prohibitive if you're trying to buy massive amounts of a single piece to cut them down...
Then again, I'm picky... the angle may not be that different.
On 3/7/07, Avri Klemer <avri@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
If someone comes up with a particularly good game (or two) that requires the
0-pointers, my guess is there would be a market at the prices you're talking
Just look at Volcano and the grey 1-pointers - and those aren't *strictly*
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>> it would be cool to get some "official" zero-pointers,
> How cool would it be? Would it be $5 cool per color? $4? These
> aren't worth manufacturing, but someone with a band saw could
> quickly turn a bulk order of Treehouse sets into a pile of
> 0-pointers. They'd probably wind up at ~$1 *per piece* retail,
> though. That's a lot of money for such a small pyramid.
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