Ruins for Warhammer 40k flying bases

Ruins for Warhammer 40k flying bases 3d printed SciFi Toys Ruins for flying-base
Ruins for flying-base
Ruins for Warhammer 40k flying bases 3d printed SciFi Toys Ruins for flying-base
Ruins for Warhammer 40k flying bases 3d printed SciFi Toys Ruins for flying-base
Ruins for flying-base
Ruins for Warhammer 40k flying bases 3d printed SciFi Toys Ruins for flying-base
Ruins for Warhammer 40k flying bases 3d printed SciFi Toys Ruins for flying-base
Ruins for flying-base
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Ruins for Warhammer 40k flying bases 3d printed SciFi Toys
Ruins for Warhammer 40k flying bases 3d printed SciFi Toys
Ruins for Warhammer 40k flying bases 3d printed SciFi Toys Ruins for flying-base
Ruins for Warhammer 40k flying bases 3d printed SciFi Toys Ruins for flying-base
Ruins for flying-base
This is a 3D model of a ruined cathedral section that I have created to use as a base for one of my flying miniatures, for a table top war game that I play. Simply print out the ruin, stick it on a base, and insert a 4mm steel rod into the hole. I have magnetized my minature and done away with the stock clear rod, and clear base combination, since in my experience they always snap off/ get scratched anyway. I use a 3/16" (4.7mm) diameter magnet glued to the bottom of my miniature in order to get the metal rod to magnetize well enough for everyday game play. The magnets can be found here: http://www.kjmagnetics.com/proddetail.asp?prod=D31-N52
cm: 5.764 w x 2.3 d x 3.184 h
in: 2.269 w x 0.906 d x 1.254 h

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