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Posted by Kekso on 16 May 2022, 11:37

zirrian wrote: compulsive collector with attention deficit :eh:


You've just described me :xd:
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Posted by zirrian on 22 May 2022, 15:40

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Another Tetrarch - almost ready for the final release. Will print it in 1:48 too because I like the tank and would love to see how it looks a bit bigger.
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Posted by Santi Pérez on 25 May 2022, 19:52

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Some of Medbury's 14th century Scots - I am really astonished by how well the sculpts look and how they came out of the printer. All done in 1:72.

Are you sure they are really 1/72, zirrian? They look much better than many 1/32 figures. :shock:

Santi.
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Posted by zirrian on 25 May 2022, 20:02

Absolutely :) Designed for 28mm, but this is the beauty of 3D printing, they can be shrunk, and from 28 to 20mm, the details come out even better.
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Posted by zirrian on 06 Jun 2022, 19:29

I suspect that "Zirrian's Recently Printed" would be a better title for this thread, but oh well...

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Russian AGL team in 1:72 from Eugene Schmichnik.
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Posted by zirrian on 16 Jun 2022, 15:29

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In today's episode of "haha, 3D printer goes brrrrr" - some Russian truck riders.
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Posted by Peter on 07 Jul 2022, 13:32

Nice figures!
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Posted by zirrian on 02 Sep 2022, 20:32

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Slowly adding more troops for my Scots...
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Posted by Minuteman on 03 Sep 2022, 22:52

The detail on these medieval Scots is outstanding!
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Posted by Xantippos on 04 Sep 2022, 07:45

Wonderful! the detail on these figurines is superb. Absolutely the best quality 3d printing I have ever seen. Undistinguishable from a Games Workshop 1:48 production figure. So, you use a 3d resin printer? does it make very bad smell? I have thought about buying one, but the toxicity of it has kept me out of it, as well as the cost of the liquid resin, that here where I live was quite high a couple of years ago.

The iraqi Mig is also very nice, very realistic!
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Posted by C M Dodson on 04 Sep 2022, 08:11

Fantastic quality in these prints.

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Posted by zirrian on 05 Sep 2022, 20:39

Thank you very much.

Xantippos wrote:Wonderful! the detail on these figurines is superb. Absolutely the best quality 3d printing I have ever seen. Undistinguishable from a Games Workshop 1:48 production figure. So, you use a 3d resin printer? does it make very bad smell? I have thought about buying one, but the toxicity of it has kept me out of it, as well as the cost of the liquid resin, that here where I live was quite high a couple of years ago.

The iraqi Mig is also very nice, very realistic!


Yes, I use a Phrozen 4k Mini with their Aqua 4k Grey resin. It does not have any noticable smell (at least compared to my first Phrozen green resin that had a strong smell I did not really mind, but others have noticed). I am not sure where you live, here in Hungary a liter is about 60-65€, which is enough for a loooooot of miniatures.
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Posted by zirrian on 12 Sep 2022, 20:20

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Another 3D printed miracle, but this time it's almost ready - an SdKfz 250 from Trenchworx. The original MG was too thin for the rather heroic scale of their infantry (which I brought up to them, it's something 3DBreed did too, the scale of the MGs on the vehicles do not match the infantry's...) so I need to raid my bitsbox for a PSC MG42. Otherwise I'm pretty happy with it, started painting yesterday afternoon, and now only some dust and varnish remains to be done. I am keeping it simple as it's more of a wargaming piece than a display model. It will look good for the table, but would put more effort into it if I wanted to win a competition with it for sure.
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Posted by Peter on 22 Sep 2022, 20:40

Wonderfull painted half-track! :thumbup:
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Posted by Xantippos on 27 Sep 2022, 07:13

Tremendous! the future is here indeed :) . Thanks for the info, I have read a few reviews, and it seems to some people gives a lot of trouble, for adjusting, calibration. Have you found these issues too?
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Posted by zirrian on 27 Sep 2022, 18:40

Xantippos wrote:Tremendous! the future is here indeed :) . Thanks for the info, I have read a few reviews, and it seems to some people gives a lot of trouble, for adjusting, calibration. Have you found these issues too?


With my first printer, yes, but not so much with the Phrozen Mini 4K. I set it up, leveled the buildplate, found a good resin, and been printing pretty much troublefree since.
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