We receive a lot of requests for parts that we don’t carry because they are too low volume to justify the cost of making molds and of minimum order quantities. In short, we’d lose money on them.
However, we recently purchased a 3D printer for another project and are intrigued with the idea of being able to do small runs of low-quantity parts, to make some of the rarer pieces available again. There is one material in particular that is a good fit as it has a melting point that is high enough for normal stovetop cooking (and is above that of Bakelite).
We’ve love to offer a download library of parts as well so people can print them themselves if they wish.
While our own rudimentary 3D design skills might get the job done, there are probably much more qualified people out there.
If you are as passionate about Revere Ware as we are, have 3D design skills, and want to contribute to this effort, please contact us.