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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
These little gems are the 1978 original tin can fighters. These are tough and highly maneuverable. Which makes these tough to beat. Specially because so many come at you at once. They don't do one on one fighting, these come at you like a swarm, flying in groups of 3, times 3. Which is how this set got the numbers that it did. These are 1/1000 scale.
Opened for FUD and WSF materials ONLY. We still can't get a working viper to go with these. But we'll keep trying.
Update, ShapeWays has forced me to make changes to the spur. This changed has increased the over all cost. This was the only way to keep this being able to be printed.