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Baranovich24 Mar 2017 7:09 a.m. PST


I discovered this site that sells a variety of MDF buildings, wagons, carts, and accessories.

I was surprised at how reasonable the prices are, and their stuff looks great.

If you're building a baggage train for an army, or need bits for barricades, etc. this is a nice little site with some cool stuff!






Xintao24 Mar 2017 10:03 a.m. PST

I love the cart.

FABET0124 Mar 2017 11:14 a.m. PST

Have to agree. I just received my second order from Supreme Littleness. The designs are great and they go together like a dream. The 10mm buildings are really nice. Prices are incredibly low for the work. You can get a lot of custom bases. My last order was for a lot 60mm hexes for a random mapping tile system. 8 hexes for 1 Pound. And delivery is fast.

Rawdon23 Apr 2017 2:19 p.m. PST

I don't wish to be negative, but the site says that the vehicles are made of fiberboard, not MDF. My previous experiences with the longevity of fiberboard, and its availability to maintain shape, have been extremely negative. If someone can claim that this concern is unfounded, I would be delighted.

Supreme Littleness Designs19 Jun 2017 5:14 a.m. PST


MDF is fibreboard. MDF is the acronym for medium-density fibreboard. There are many engineered wood products available. However, my kits are only made with high grade MDF specially produced for laser cutting that has a superior low-formaldehyde resin binder. This MDF is more expensive than standard MDF. But the cost is immaterial when considering the health and safety benefits for both me and my customers.

I believe you can buy with confidence.


Baranovich19 Jun 2017 7:13 p.m. PST

I can attest to what Mike is saying. The wagons I ordered are indeed MDF and quite rigid and sturdy. When glued to a scenic base it seems that the models will remain intact and retain their structure indefinitely.

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