Category Archives: Guides

A Worrywart’s Resin Printing FAQs, Part Deux

As an Amazon Associate Wargaming3D.com will earn from qualifying purchases. Back in the Before Times I wrote up an article outlining my trepidatious journey into resin printing. That article, a Worrywarts Hesitant Plunge into the Resin Pool, outlining how I quickly lost my inhibitions about resin printing and consider it a perfect partner for my […]

How to install an analogue Ammeter on a K40 Laser Cutter

As an Amazon Associate Wargaming3D.com will earn from qualifying purchases. I originally purchased my K40 laser cutter without knowing a lot about them, and fell into the trap of purchasing an “Upgraded” K40 laser cutter with a lot of bells and whistles that I didn’t need, but lacking ones that I probably did need.  One […]

3D Printing in the Age of Sail – 3D Printing 1/600 and 1/700 Ships

I never took any interest in Naval Wargaming until Warlord Games released Cruel Seas (an excellent, if poorly proofread beer and pretzels type game focusing on the smaller ships battling it out on the coast during World War Two in 1/300 scale, you can read our 3D printing guide here). Following on from this success, […]

Get started with Gaslands and 3D Printing

Osprey Publishing’s Gaslands game is one of my favorite tabletop games at the moment, it’s cheap, fun and easy to get into and perfect for 3D printing, whether it be accessories, gaming tokens, terrain or digital kitbashing entire vehicles, the possibilities are endless. What is Gaslands you ask? Well according to the official site: Shoot, […]

The complete and utter idiots guide to 3D printing in resin for Wargamers

As an Amazon Associate Wargaming3D.com will earn from qualifying purchases. I’m terrible at printing, I can’t level a bed to save myself, I need a raft whenever I print in FDM, yet I still manage to get decent prints.  This is through trial and error, and spending way too much time on Facebook groups, reddit […]

Setup Guide: Octoprint for Remote Printing and Monitoring

When I first got my printer, I was living in a one bedroom apartment, where my computer and my printer were all in one place – the bedroom (much to my wife’s annoyance). More recently we’ve moved to a two story house plus basement, and my 3D printer is in the basement hobby room, while […]

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 […]