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What do you think of this /3/?

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/printablescenery/winterdale-medieval-fantasy-citadel-collection-for
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>>504992
>https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/printablescenery/winterdale-medieval-fantasy-citadel-collection-for

Natural evolution of 3d printing - people have already been turning out HO scale, wargames are next.

The stuff looks decent as well GW will be crying into its overpriced resin at the rate things are going.
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>>504993
I have done some prints for wargaming stuff and its pretty great to cut GW out.

Do you think printers will be able to handle higher detail items like miniatures for wargaming in the future?
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>>504994

>Do you think printers will be able to handle higher detail items like miniatures for wargaming in the future?

No reason why they shouldn't - even the I3 can handle a layer high of 50 microns and with acetone smoothing you should be able to get some good results, and if that's what things are like now, then you can only dream of what they can come up with soon.
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>>504996
I might have to try testing some miniature prints and see how they turn out these days



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