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  • #159139
    Robert Dunlop
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    Turner Miniatures has recently released the Europe Asunder range. There a several sets of STL files, enabling figures to be 3D printed from 6mm to 28mm sizes. The sets cover multiple nations and periods within the Napoleonic era. The figures are fabulous. Here is a selection of 4 figures, printed as 6mm. From left to right (front), the figures are: Prussian grenadier; French infantry; Russian infantry; and Austrian sapper:

    The figures are printed using a Form 3 resin printer with 25 micron layers. There are no discernible layers.

    Robert

    #159140
    Mike
    Keymaster

    Cool beans.
    They look to be support free?

    #159143
    Not Connard Sage
    Participant

    Watching the vids, they seem rather more than 6mm too 😉

    "I'm not signing that"

    #159144
    Robert Dunlop
    Participant

    The figures are support free. Henry Turner has carefully configured the STL files to ensure each layer is fully connected to the previous one during the print process.

    The STL files can be scaled up, yes. I chose to print off at 6mm because that is my personal preference. It is a good test too, as the proportions for things like muskets, swords, etc do not scale down in a linear fashion. Super pleased with the results in this case. At 6mm, the figures have the right look, at least from my perspective.

    Robert

    #159149
    Mike
    Keymaster

    The figures are support free.

    I wish more fantasy stls were designed this way.

    #159150
    Not Connard Sage
    Participant

    The figures are support free.

    I wish more fantasy stls were designed this way.

    You can remove the supports yourself. It’s a bugger getting the print off the build plate though

    "I'm not signing that"

    #159154
    Mike
    Keymaster

    The figures are support free.

    I wish more fantasy stls were designed this way.

    You can remove the supports yourself. It’s a bugger getting the print off the build plate though

    Support free as in designed not to need supports.

    #159155
    Mike
    Keymaster

    Or was that a gag about the mess of printing a supported model without the supports?

    #159157
    Not Connard Sage
    Participant

    Or was that a gag about the mess of printing a supported model without the supports?

     

    You have the measure of me sir.

    "I'm not signing that"

    #159175
    Thomaston
    Participant

    I wish more fantasy stls were designed this way.

    It’s possible but wouldn’t look good. The Nepoleonic minis are more static. I thought the swinging hand on the third figure might be an issue but there’s a slight slant at teh elbow. For fantasy minis with swords and lots of poky pits the number of poses would be very llimited. They’d look more like enlarged 3mm minis.

    Tired is enough.
    I like tiny miniatures

    #159939
    Robert Dunlop
    Participant

    ‘Ubique’:

    Robert

    #160250
    Robert Dunlop
    Participant

    Spanish foot artillery from the Turner Miniatures range:

    Robert

    #160280
    Thomaston
    Participant

    Are these supportless? Those guys with horizontal pole must have needed some.

    Tired is enough.
    I like tiny miniatures

    #160303
    Robert Dunlop
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    The figures are all supportless. Henry Turner has done a great job in angling things to avoid generating supports.

    Robert

    #160304
    Robert Dunlop
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    Portugese line infantry from the Turner Miniatures range:

    Robert

    #160314
    Robert Dunlop
    Participant

    A zoomed in view to show more of the details:

    Robert

    #160325
    Mike
    Keymaster

    Style wise they seem a good match with Baccus and others, though finer bayonets?

    #160330
    Robert Dunlop
    Participant

    A very good match, yes. For both Baccus and Adler IMHO.

    Robert

    #160491
    Robert Dunlop
    Participant

    Prussian fusiliers from the Turner Miniatures range:

    Robert

    #161155
    Robert Dunlop
    Participant

    British Napoleonic riflemen from Turner Miniatures:

    Robert

    #161156
    Mike
    Keymaster

    Nice looking, nice brushwork and nice basing too.
    Pretty Sharpe in fact…

    #162429
    Grant Millar
    Participant

    Easy to get of the build plate. Once the models are cleaned with alcohol or water depending on the resin you use (I use Esun water washable resin). Run the models while still on the build plate under hot water then with a long bladed box cutter the models easily pop off. Never had a print failure with Elegoo Mars 2 pro & Esun water washable resin. Recent print below (6mm French Artillery Train).

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