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Lonely Gamer30 Aug 2020 12:29 p.m. PST

Today I finished off some ACW ships for Blood Sweat & Iron, I printed most of these over the last couple of weeks and have only just got around to painting them ready for some games.

I have put some more pictures up on my site.

link

picture

Todd63630 Aug 2020 1:58 p.m. PST

What kind of printer are you using and where did you find the str file?

Lonely Gamer30 Aug 2020 2:46 p.m. PST

@Todd636 hi the printer I am using is a fairly old Geeetech i3 so the quality is not great but sort of works for Ironclads.

The files are from here

Confederate link

Union link

The guy now does the ships with or without a base, mine have all been printed without a base I just stuck them on thin plasti-card.

The ship in the pic above is from Peter Pig ACW Riverine range and is not 3D printed.

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