I called up a shop with an industrial sized 3d printer in San Francisco. They can replicate the tray after making a mold of mine, then refining it, repairing the damaged areas. They think it will take 3 or 4 attempts before getting it right. Then they will scan the replacement tray and program their printer. The process will cost between $4,000-$7,000. In order to bring the cost down to around $50-$100 per tray, they would need to send it to a company who specializes in making injection molds, for around $10,000+. I know lots of us are interested in replacing the tray; is anyone interested in investing in having these made? I think we can easily sell treats for $250-$300 a piece. If anyone is interested, please let me know, I can cover $2000 towards mass producing these.
It is worth looking at previous posts on this subject. Replacement options are already underway and should be available soon. The bigger problem may be the cost of shipping between countries.
@tomas Hi Tom Your question is in the wrong section, if You’re referring to Joe click on Joe90 ( user name ) and then message.
Thank you very much spiros