ScornMandark@Scouls502 Great! There's plenty to come, don't worry. I need to do some minor tweaks, but I think a 1:7000 range wouldn't be too hard. Would you want the Armada peg still? http://shpws.me/Mu80
ScornMandark@kmopotato Thanks for looking! I'm actually repairing the WSF material version at the moment, but there are other materials available. If you're curious, almost all of that cost is materials: https://www.shapeways.com/materials
ScornMandark@Scouls502 oh you said cm - that'll be closer to 1:12500 scale. I should be able to do that, although I have no idea what details will survive lol
ScornMandark@Scouls502 As a matter of fact I do have more ships :) They're taking more work than I expected to get into printable forms, but basically most ships from 0079. I'll release them in 2 scales, this 1:2500 and 1:5000 - that'll put them in that 2.5"-3" range. Is there any particular connector you're looking for on the bottoms? Or just smooth hull and you'll figure it out?
ScornMandark@Gliver Sorry - there's nothing I can do about the cost, it's mostly due to the size of the part in plastic and space in the printer. I had it at about 1:200 scale before, so the amount of plastic used and total volume went up quite a bit since it doubled in size. I've hollowed out the main body of the tank as best I can to cut down on material cost. Unfortunately, the biggest cost driver right now for WSF is the amount of space it takes up in the print bed, and since the tank is the size it is, that's about the best I can do right now. I'll see if there's a better way to get it cheaper, but that's probably about where I can get it to for now. Thanks though! There are a few more vehicles that I should be able to crack out soon, too.
ScornMandark@Gliver OK, fixed the scaling. It's a hefty chunk of plastic, but I've hollowed it out as best I can.
ScornMandark@Gliver whups! That would be because I scaled it down instead of up lol Give me a bit to hollow it out - that size makes it too big to leave it solid.