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Ruins for Warhammer 40k flying bases 3d printed Ruins for flying-base
Ruins for flying-base
Ruins for Warhammer 40k flying bases 3d printed Ruins for flying-base
Ruins for Warhammer 40k flying bases 3d printed Ruins for flying-base

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Ruins for Warhammer 40k flying bases

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  • 3D printed in White Strong & Flexible: White nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
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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:
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Ruins for Warhammer 40k flying bases
Ruins for flying-base
White Strong & Flexible
5.8 cm
2.3 cm
3.2 cm

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