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fullmetal201518 Aug 2016 10:56 a.m. PST

Looking for anyone that might know of or might be willing to swap or sell 1-1/2 hex material. Needing about 90 pieces of it any suggestions or help would be appreciated.


cwlinsj29 Aug 2016 4:56 a.m. PST

Go to and buy their 1.5" hex bases. A variety of materials & thicknesses from wood to metal to magnet. 100 for $25.00 USD.

He will also make custom ones out of colored plastic for slightly more.

guineapigfury15 Sep 2016 4:38 p.m. PST

I'll second that. I have a variety of Litko products and they're all top notch. They ship quickly as well.

Buggins01 Feb 2018 5:34 a.m. PST

I have come a bit late to this one , but
A german wall paper company called RASCH sells embossed hex (4cm bang on) vinyl wallpaper on Amazon. It's post free in Europe but I cannot say for elsewhere.
At £12.99 GBP GBP a roll you get 21" wide by about 30 feet !!!!

It can take, spray paint, acrylics, watercolour, pencil, felt-tip and PVA. PVA and polyfilla sticks well but pva and sand tends to crack when flexed.

It comes in 3 colours with a random hex in " sparkle". Fear naught this disappears when you paint over it.
I have had it laid it out on a bench for about a month , it bears up well but it can tear if you catch it with something sharp.

I would recommend pasting it to a board.

Hope this is of use.

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