TigerAce1945 drops Hanomag Pack Ultimate on Thingiverse!

Prolific 3D Printing model designer whom we interviewed a few days ago), just dropped the “Hanomag Pack Ultimate” a great new pack of .stl files on free 3D printing file site Thingiverse. The pack includes every variant you could think of including: Sd.kfz251/1 Ausf A, B,C,D Sd.kfz251/2 Ausf B, C, D Sd.kfz251/3 Ausf A,B,C,D Sd.kfz251/7 […]

3D Printing a Western Desert Themed Tabletop

With the release of the Bolt Action: Western Desert campaign book by warlord games, many of our local gaming groups have been focused on North Africa, and I’ve been busy printing off Long Range Desert Group Trucks and Jeeps lately. Of course for a decent game, you need a good looking table, and if you […]

Chapter 1 – 3d Printing and You- How Do I Get Started?… Or Should I Even Start?

** Disclaimer: I receive absolutely no material benefit, favour, or compensation for writing these articles. Any opinions stated is mine and mine alone and are based on my experience and knowledge. They do not reflect the opinions or views of anyone else. ** As I wrote in the introductory article, I would like to start […]

Deweycat: Is there a 3D printer in your future?

I have been invited to write a few posts regarding 3D printing in the miniature wargaming world. While my experience is mostly within the 28mm WW2 genre (essentially Bolt Action but this is also applicable for Chain of Command and other similar games), the same concepts carry over into other scales and time periods. I […]

Wargaming3D.com: Interview with TigerAce1945

Today we are sitting down with Zachary Kavulich AKA TigerAce1945, one of the most prolific WWII .stl designers on thingiverse (I think he’s second only to m_bergman when it comes to sheer number of files uploaded). We took a few minutes to pick his brain about 3D printing and miniature wargaming. First, tell me a […]

Color Matching Plastic Soldier Company (PSC) Spraypaints

As you start printing more and more vehicles, you’ll look for ways to speed up your workflow, especially when it comes to painting the basics. Generally speaking I prime all of my models with rust-oleum automotive filler primer to help hide the printing lines with FDM printing. Next I’ve taken to using the Plastic Solider […]