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Terran (TFN) Corvette Datagroup (sprued) 3d printed

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Terran (TFN) Corvette Datagroup (sprued) 3d printed
Terran (TFN) Corvette Datagroup (sprued) 3d printed

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Terran (TFN) Corvette Datagroup (sprued)

$14.99
3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
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Product Description
The Terran Federation Navy (TFN) New York-class Corvette is an original design created by Todd Dillen and based on Jack Southerland's Starfire artwork found in the Classic Starfire (Third Edition) products. The New York-class Corvette was emergency wartime construction that was armed with a single primary beam due to shortages of force beams. The New York-class Corvette fought during the Second Interstellar War, with survivors refitted with force beams after the Second Battle of the Ophuichi Junction. Post war the New York-class Corvette was refitted with the advanced missile launcher and science instruments and moved to survey command and used for warp point surveying.

This is a datagroup of three New York-class Corvettes sprued together at the wingtips. They will need to be cut apart before they can be mounted onto a miniature stand and used in a game.

Starfire miniatures are "squadron scale" (0.5"-5") miniatures designed for the Starfire Quick Start Rules for Miniatures. You can download the rules for free from Wargame Vault from http://www.wargamevault.com/product/214246/Quick-Start-Rules-for-Miniatures

Starfire products can be found at http://www.wargamevault.com/browse/pub/9056/Starfire-Design-Studio and http://www.starfiredesign.com/starfire
Details
What's in the box:
TFN CT 22 times three sprued
Dimensions:
1 x 3.38 x 1.1 cm
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0.4 x 1.33 x 0.43 inches
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Rating:
Mature audiences only.
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