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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
1:300 scale a human is 5mm
1:285 scale a human is 6mm
1:270 scale a human is 7mm
What scale is this ? The nature of '6mm' figures is such that an actual human figure cant be accurately represented- the ankles would be a small fraction of a mm and the figures would all snap. As these are all my designs the scale that 'works' is then actually a bit variable- I use 1mm=1foot when I design them. Some are small craft and others are intended to be larger. So Ive listed the range of 6mm scales that I think work best with this line. However I can always rescale any of these to suit your needs so contact me if need be. For myself most of the infantry figures I have seem to be 6-7mm tall and so 1/270 and 1/285 are likely the closest.
This model also comes with limited casting copyrights- if you purchase this model you may make copies out of any liquid plastics or resins using traditional drop casting methods (message me if you are unaware of what these methods are); Further, more than just 'fair use' copyright you may sell these plastic and resin copies commercially