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All of the models and kits are printed on a high-resolution screen and with a lovely, crisp, highly detailed resin. The resin is a custom blend that captures every last little detail, from fingernails to jacket buttons. And the beauty of 3D printing is that there's no pesky mould lines running through any of the details.

Voxel lines are the little ridges or printing lines that people often associate with 3D printing. On these prints, they are minimal and only appear on certain surfaces. They tend to occur on more spherical surfaces, like armour panels, muscles and bald heads. They can be cleaned up by using a hobby knife or a file.


These resin miniatures can be treated just like traditional plastic or cast resin models. You can use a hobby knife or a file to sand down surfaces, or even remove some details if so desired. Please just exercise a little caution if you are filing any of these miniatures. Like cast resin, the dust it creates is not something you want to breathe in.

Please take caution if you are drilling, pinning, or clipping this resin. Under force, it is brittle and will break. If you are drilling or pinning, find a solid section, and go slow. Using clippers to remove details is not advised. A nice sharp hobby knife may be the better option, take your time, and don't exert too much force to remove a piece.


Just like any other resin miniature, whether it be cast or printed, a little care is required when handling. The teeny tiny parts on any print are resilient but may break off with too much pressure. Where possible, handle the miniatures by the base, or by the chunkier parts, like the bodies.

This resin blend is formulated so your miniatures can survive minor accidents. You might drop a miniature as you move them across the battlefield, or they're knocked off the table. The resin has been tried and tested to withstand a table-height fall onto a hard tile floor

Another great feature of this resin blend is that it has a good amount of flex to it. This means that thin parts like banner poles and rifles can handle force and pressure without instantly snapping. However, please do try to avoid any flexing or bending, as the more it does so, the weaker it will become over time.


Before the miniatures are packaged up, they go through a post-production process. This entails them getting cleaned, washed and cured in UV light. In some instances, the model may look wet or glossy in places. There is no need to worry, this can be an after-effect of the process, and every model is ready to receive its lick of paint.

Another part of the printing process is the supports. This is the scaffolding that keeps the miniatures in place whilst they print. These get removed during the post-production process. However,  you may find the odd little stick, rod or branch left over. Just carefully pick or remove these off the miniature with a hobby knife or a pointy tool.

You may also notice little scars or pockmarks on the miniatures. These are caused from the contact points between the supports and the models. Just like the voxel lines, these are normally quite minimal. You can remove these just like anything else, with a hobby knife or a file.

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