Stationary weapon medium configurator

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Please select the individual items from the lists below by clicking on the add to cart buttons.

For a complete weapon you need at least:

  • 1x the legs
  • 1x shield A or B
  • 1x of the weapons
  • 1x gunner model

For the Searchlight you need:

  • 1x the legs
  • 1x the searchlight
  • 1x gunner

 

Mounting

Diameter of the legs is roughly 90mm

Weapon Class A

Combine this shield with the following weapons:

  • Twin Autocannon and Lasercannon
  • Gatling
  • Twin Heavy Grenade Launcher

 

Weapon Class B

Combine this shield with the following weapons:

  • Plasmacannon
  • Heavy Mortar
  • Twin Mortar
  • Quad Machinegun

 

Searchlight

Gunner Models

Posters

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Further information

General notice
Product is delivered unassembled and unpainted. Deburring, grinding, bending, filling and other work may be necessary to ensure parts fit properly. Some detials might by slightly different than shown on the pictures.
Resin safety instructions
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.
3D print instructions

Models are 3d printed with an high quality printer. This means no warping of part, no seam lines and very fine details. It is recommended to remove the support structure with a shartp pointy side cutter (Tamiya side cutter) and then put the models in UV light (sunlight also works) for at least one day to fully cure. Do not heat the models before they are fully cured. After curing it is easier to grind away the attachement points of the support structure.