How do you pick the tabletop game maker to bring a great tabletop game idea to life and color? This is something that many publishers will consider, and it will involve supplier selection, cost considerations, and a test of the technology.
Regarding the choice of a maker, there are many options on the market. We all want to contact different customers for deals and get orders. As one of them, from a tabletop game maker's point of view, the advice I would like to give you is, apart from supreme quality, on-time delivery, excellent service, and superb cost performance, what do you care about? What value-added services do you want them to bring to you?
Many tabletop game makers are struggling on the edge of achieving high quality and on-time delivery, and it is not an easy height to reach. To this end, Eastar has made many, many changes, including the introduction of management talent with top-quality industry expertise, changing the quality control process, and improving the risk response. As professional tabletop game makers, we are responsible for our commitment and will never change our determination to be responsible for every customer's product. We have not only established a special service team to provide pre-sales and after-sales one-stop service but also set up a quality feedback tracking team for shipped products. We proactively follow up on quality feedback, and even if we encounter a problem, we will immediately initiate a response mechanism and provide a solution to the problem. If you are interested in our quality management process, please click to view it.
There are a few things that Eastar has been working hard on, and the current breakthrough we have been making is to provide targeted material solutions and customized making cost optimization solutions based on the customer's gameplay. This may seem a bit difficult, but in the long run, I believe it should not be a problem. So we would advise our clients, at the quotation stage, to give us the gameplay so that we can make the most accurate effect prognosis and cost proposal plan.
Collecting some creative tabletop game products is what we are currently doing, and our goal is to provide value-added service to bring you a source of creative tabletop game ideas. For this purpose, we have produced a set of creative sample boxes. If you are interested, you can click to see it.
For some tabletop gamers, the material is unfamiliar to them. It would be more friendly for them to have a set of material identification schemes in the early stage. We are doing this now, but for now, the resources are not quite ready. To make up for this shortage in the short term, we have produced another sample box on material selection options, which should be very helpful for you in material identification and selection, if you want to know more, please click on this article to view.
In addition, the most important thing for the tabletop game maker is to respect your commitment and do whatever you want to do with kindness and love. The tabletop game-making process may not be smooth, but our goal is always the same, and we will eventually reach the desired distance and station.