Originally Posted by MurdocLoch
i've seen a very starish blend of DX plastic, it's very stiff and tacky and more durable than traditional DX plastic. i've seen it a few times in rocs and now today in an Aviar Driver, but it always was on a custom stamped disc. also no city on the bottom... i guess this is what people are referring to as the WWW mold? what i want to know is how can i get some more rocs in this plastic short of showing up at tourneys and hoping that those are the rocs you guys printed for them...
As for how you can get these now; I guess you just have to ask your dealer for them specifically.
The newer DX plastic is sometimes mixed with R-Pro to give it more grip and durability. It has been getting incorporated into many of the DX models. We are still experimenting to get the best results. Feedback like this helps, thanks. The chief problem has been getting them to cycle. DX needs to cycle automatically (with very few rejects) to keep the cost down.