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February 24, 2020, 01:08:38 AM

Resin Printing Minis

Started by Melbosa, May 01, 2019, 01:00:09 PM

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Melbosa

So, the Library at NAIT has agreed to order in Flexible Resin for their Form 2 printers, and with the minis already modeled by The DM Workshop on Shapeways for every D&D Monster in the Monster Manual, I'm going to try my hand at some Resin prints.  Why Flexible?  Well I ordered regular Resin prints from HeroForge for my D&D group and we've already had mini's axes and such break.  If this Flex Resin turns out like the pre-fabs from Wizards for strength and flexibility, then I will order the STLs from HeroForge and reprint for my D&D group.

Only sucky thing is the Flexible Resin for the Form 2s from FormLabs comes in mat black (so a bit of grey look to it).  For features this might be hard to see on a resin and I may need to at least airbrush/prime them a different colour after they have cured.  But it is what it is.  It will definitely be cheaper than buying them pre-fab and I can print exactly what I want/need for my campaigns!

And if this pans out, I'm going to order some miniature case foam and a case from PirateLab to store them in. :D
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