Fair point you make there. The only 24" ufips I've ever seen appear to be pretty old. I would have thought theyd at least go up to 24" in size for modern music. I'm not really aware of anything larger than a 22" currently in production by them unfortunately.I Find That hard to believe; they've been making cymbals since St. Anthony's time ; )
Used to be some good movies of the factory here
and a..have to investigate a little more
Could be roto-cast Molds only go up so far in diameter...
they're not rolled out in sheets then trimmed they're truly "cast"..Diameter may be limited by casting mold.
Their weights are a strange anomaly in that they are heaver in weight but play under the stick and sound like a much thinner cymbal.