Monthly Archives: August 2016

Corrugated Roofing for a Shanty

Styrene is the typical material with high durability for gaming when considering corrugated roofing, for a shanty for example. Aluminum sheeting is available in O (1:48) and G (1:24) scales that work for a WH 40K  shanty. O Scale Corrugated Metal … Continue reading

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Industrial Terrain Suppliers

Wargames Tournaments Industrial Terrain: Graven Games review. Industrial Terrain Mega Set, many other options. Nice thing about this set is they can be semi-assembled and then be assembled as needed. Multiverse Gaming Industrial Terrain: Newport Chemical Plant, Storage Tanks, Silo … Continue reading

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Laser cut Terrain Accessories

Multiverse Gaming Air ducts: Graven Games review. Laser Cut Card Air Conditioning I will put more here as I find them.

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Containers for 28mm

Above are containers I cut for Warhammer 40,000. Below are laser cut containers from various companies. Other Options Home built resin container from Beefcake on Lead Adventure Forum, details here 3D printed containers from Fireangel on Dakka Dakka. Find them … Continue reading

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Making Dynamic Craggy Hills

Great article on Dakka Dakka about making hills that are much better than the average hills used for gaming. Picture above stolen from the article, go read it now.

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Injection Molding

Injection molding can be a way to create many duplicate parts for WH40K. Access to an injection molding machine at the Techshop and new resins allow similar techniques as casting a part, but to create an injection mold, see Instructable. … Continue reading

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