Hopefully the below answer most of your questions. If not, please reach out to us.
How big are they?Around 4.5 inches by 4.5 inches. They are .6mm thick (or thin as Apple would say) which makes them flexible but still fragile.
Can you make _______ temple?Maybe. The process in making each new temple is time consuming. So first, I would need to think there is enough market for the effort. If you have a suggestion, reach out on one of our social media accounts (see footer) and let us know.
What temples are next on the list?We are designing new temple based upon demand. North America is done so we are working on international temples now.
Are they fragile?
Sort of. They have small pieces that can break off if dropped, but are actually fairly bendable. Below is a video demonstrating their resilience.
How do you make them?The short version is that they are 3D printed. For the long version, see the about page for the process. I am currently printing on nine Prusa i3MK2S 3D printers.
What are they made of?Plastic, polylactide (PLA) to be specific. One of the most common plastics used in 3d printing
You 3D printed these, can I get the files to print my own?
Some day, but not yet. We have put a lot of effort into making these and want to keep them as our own for now. We do intended to release them for personal use in the future, but not sure when that will be.
The side you chose for _____ temple isn't the the normal/popular angle. Why not?
The whole basis of TempleFlakes are the spires of the temples. Further we like the one with Moroni on it (where available). We also want it to be symmetrical. Sometimes that means needing to use an unusual angle when the temple has multiple spires and Moroni isn't on that popular side. Vernal is a good example, where he is on one side of a two spire temple, and then that side of the temple has an annex added to it blocking the centered, symmetric angle. Definitely not the "popular" side, which would be the side of the Temple with a spire on the left and right, not the center. Las Vegas is a similar situation of the Moroni spire not being in the popular view.
Moroni is facing the wrong way, what is going on?
Sometimes the "best" side of the temple may be looking at the side or back of Moroni. For consistency we pretend he is always facing the way we chose as the "best" side. Besides, Moroni isn't always facing the same way.
Do you provide discounts for purchasing them in bulk?
We do offer discounts for > 50 items or when paying with church funds. We are not able to support bulk discounts between Nov 1 - Dec 31 as we are already way too busy with supporting normal orders. Please contact us with any questions.
Do you ship outside of the US or do international shipping?
We do not currently do international shipping due to the logistics around the varying costs, rules, potential documents needed, etc. We are sorry we are not able to get our products to our fans outside of the US. Hopefully some day we will be able to get that figured out.