TRACKERS for tracking what’s important!
All of our Trackers are made of the finest biodegradable plastic. We apply no post processing to ensure that our Trackers are both down to earth and delivered as quickly as possible.
What's Your HP? is the name of the company, started by four members of the Homer family. HP stands for Homer Print, but also stands for Hit Points, which inspired the main product line, Trackers. Trackers were originally created by our youngest member, Paul, to keep track of hit points during D&D games. While the original use was to keep track of life, Trackers can be used to keep track of anything such as: mana, remaining actions, gold, or victory points in a variety of different tabletop games. Trackers can be customized with initials and special images. Our design team, Terry and Paul, are working on several new products coming out later this year. Follow us on Facebook to keep up to date with new products and features. If you have any questions or concerns feel free to reach out to our customer support team, Christina and Jeremy, who are almost always available and always eager to discuss our products.
All Trackers are printed in the United States of America using PLA plastic which is biodegradable. They can be fully immersed in water and can withstand a wide range of environments but they will last longer if stored at a normal room temperature out of direct sunlight in a moderately humid room. The plastic will degrade faster if left in a place with lots of microorganisms so you may want to periodically swish it in a bath of warm soapy water. If for some reason you were to bury your Tracker in the dirt it should last about 6 months before showing outward signs of decay. If left in the sun the colors will fade over time as with any plastic. We have tried to make the design as durable as possible but since Trackers have only been around for a month or so it is still unknown how well they will hold up over time with normal use however, PLA plastic, when cared for properly, can last up to 15 years without breaking.
"How Long Will a PLA 3D Printed Object Last?" 3dprintergeeks.com, October 21, 2019, 3dprintergeeks.com/pla-3d-printed-object-durability/, 12/5/2019