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KoppiBlogger14 Jul 2019 2:59 a.m. PST

Pictures from the Early Bundeswehr and tips to convert 1/72 miniatures.
Report in German and English.

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Jcfrog Supporting Member of TMP14 Jul 2019 3:00 a.m. PST

Having very little clue and certainly, no idea where or how to print these stuff, partial sets, nearby or easily, asking tmpers, if they have them and wish to share, and get me printed sets? Najewitz Modellbau

Did anyone have experience with these?
all for big 15mm figs
Lots of interesting stuff there, might end up expensive though.

Italy and Spain
dark ages (all exists in 28 but hardly in 15/18!!)
medieval
FIW/AWI
some Russian houses
the 2 Burmah houses from the ww2 #2 set

Nick Bowler14 Jul 2019 3:14 a.m. PST

I have many sets, and find them really useful.

My advice would be to get a cheap 3D printer (I recommend the Ender 3), and to participate in one of Jen's kickstarters. He has recently posted some teasers for his next kick starter, which included some civil war cannon, a steam engine, and a DeLorean. Most of his kickstarters have a low pledge level for a couple of sample files.

As to scale, I game in 15mm. It is easy to rescale most models down to 1/100 scale -- print at 72% In some cases fiddly detail doesn't print well -- but that hasn't been often.

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