This 3d printed kit includes the following options:
- WWII German style
- Uschanka hat
- Parade style
- Comissar style
- Broadie style
- Adrian style
- Chainsaw polearm
- Big shield
- Small shield
The model is 3d printed and still attached to the support structure.
The rod is made from copper.
The base and ammobox from the pictures is not included.
Product is delivered unassembled and unpainted. Deburring, grinding, bending, filling and other work may be necessary to ensure parts fit properly.
The models are for expirienced modellers only. We do not recommend them for children under 15 years of age. Always be careful and protect yourself. Dont cut towards your fingers and cover your eyes and hair when working with electric machines like rotary grinders.
Some detials might by slightly different than shown on the pictures.
Use a respirator when grinding, sanding or sawing resin. Do not swallow or chew any resin parts.
Resin dust is harmful when inhaled. Dusts may cause temporary mechanical irritation to the eyes, skin, and respiratory tract. Accidental ingestion may cause illness or irritation to the mouth and gastrointestinal tract.
Avoid generating dust; fine dust dispersed in air in sufficient concentrations and in the presence of an ignition source is a potential dust explosion hazed. On combustion, may emit toxic fumes of carbon monoxide (CO).
Risk of inhalation can be mitigated by taking certain precautions. When sanding polyurethane resin, use wet sandpaper to reduce the amount of airborne dust, and always wear a filter mask and safety goggles. Gloves and a long-sleeved shirt are also a good idea to reduce skin exposure. The room in which you are working should be well-ventilated. If you begin experiencing any adverse reactions while sanding polyurethane resin, you should contact a physician immediately.
The models are 3d printed with an high quality printer. This means no warping of parts, no seam lines and very fine details.
They are pre-cured and must be fully cured by the customer.
It is recommended to remove the support structure (starting from the top of the miniature) with a shart pointy side cutter (we recommend: Tamiya side cutter).
After that you must put the models in UV light for half an hour (sunlight also works but might take longer depending on the UV intensity of your location) to fully cure.
Do not heat the models. The resin will crack if heated. 10 minutes at 40°C are enough to damadge the model.
As long as the resin is not fully cured it is still toxic. Avoid skin contact and do not inhale the gases (for example if it burns, for whatever reason). Use gloves and safety goggles. If there is any part of uncured resin whipe it away with a piece of cloth or paper and cure that piece in UV light. Avoid skin contact with liquid resin at all cost. If you touched the liquid resin wash the area with cold/mild water and soap for 5-10 minutes. Dont use alcohol to clean your skin as the alcohol makes you skin dry and the resin can enter your body more easy. Do not use warm/hot water. The heat will open the pores of your skin and the resin can enter your body more easily.
After curing it is save to touch the resin. It is also much easier to grind away the attachement points of the support structure. Do not overcure the resin. Too much UV light will decompose the resin. Decomposed resin will become toxic.
If there is a light white dust on the models after you cured them, wash them in water or use an old toothbrush to gently brush the dust away.
Mortian will not take any responsibility for harm caused to a persons health or the environment. It is your responsibility to inform others about the risks of 3D printed resin in case you resell or gift the items to another person.