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Wargame Vault announces the availability of:

Greetings, grognards!

3D printing technology is soaring, and the price for 3D printers is falling, seems like a win-win for us wargamers! By now, most of us either have a 3D printer ourselves or at least have a buddy who does have one. Now all you need is STL print files and some plastic. We can't help with the PLA but we do have lots of STL files and more new ones getting loaded up almost every day. The featured titles here are just a sampling of files recently loaded up on The Vault. You can find hundreds of them right here. Buy one and make as many models as you need, while you sleep if you want to!

House Set 2

House Set 2

You will get all the files to print this building. This building is also modular, and has more than one ground-floor, floor and roof.

You can build more than four different buildings with these parts. Perfect for building a small German village (example for WWII).

Bunker Type IIA

Bunker

Placed at a strategic point in the landscape, the massive concrete walls of the bunker provide cover for the troops inside. The bunker crew has an excellent overview of the whole observation area from their position.

The pack contains files for Bunker Type IIIA with a removable top and a hinged door. Models are designed for 28mm miniatures, but might be re-scaled to fit your game or diorama. They are suitable for various historic periods or game types.

Renaissance Galleys

Galleys

A set of Renaissance Galleys created in 1:600 scale but can be printed at half scale or 1:1200 with no supports.

Lighthouse of Alexandria

Lighthouse
The Lighthouse of Alexandria, sometimes called the Pharos of Alexandria (/ˈfɛərɒs/; Ancient Greek: ὁ Φάρος τῆς Ἀλεξανδρείας, contemporary Koine Greek pronunciation: [ho pʰá.ros teːs a.lek.sandréːaːs]), was a lighthouse built by the Ptolemaic Kingdom, during the reign of Ptolemy II Philadelphus (280-247 BC), which has been estimated to be 100 meters (330 ft.) in overall height.[2] One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, for many centuries it was one of the tallest man-made structures in the world.

– Extracted from Wikipedia

From ancient history to your wargame table! 1:600 scale 3D printing model!

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